NTIC offers the following Cambridge qualifications to the students

1. Cambridge IGCSE
2. Cambridge Lower Secondary
3. Cambridge A Levels

What is Cambridge IGCSE

Subject Selection

Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international curriculum for 14-16-year olds, leading to globally recognised and valued Cambridge IGCSE qualifications. It is taken in more than 160 countries worldwide. Cambridge IGCSE encourages learner-centred and enquiry-based approaches to learning. It develops learners’ skills in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving, giving learners excellent preparation for the next stage in their education. Schools can build a core curriculum, extend it to suit their learners and introduce cross-curricular perspectives. Clearly defined learning outcomes and content, means that Cambridge IGCSE is compatible with other curricula and is internationally relevant and sensitive to different needs and cultures. Cambridge IGCSE provides excellent preparation for the Cambridge Advanced stage including Cambridge International AS and A Levels and Cambridge Pre-U, as well as other progression routes.

The Students at NTIC choose a group of subjects in line with their interests and the Guidance Counsellor ensures that there is a strong connection between interests and University Admissions. Each student adapts a course of study unique to their academic interests with knowledge of equivalence requirements made available to parents at the time of subject selection. It is advised to take certain subject combinations based on the chosen field of study at A’ Level, and at Higher Education institutions. At NTIC, students can choose to enrol for either a purely British curriculum or run both British and Nigerian curricula simultaneously. This entails that while the former graduate with IGCSE, the later leave with both IGCSE and WAEC. However, NTIC students usually take a wide variety and range of paths to enrich their learning skills. The course differs for each subject, but throughout the programme there will be a mix of assessment methods, including coursework, practical exercises, oral and listening tests, projects and written examinations. Unlike the GCSE in UK, the examination board has developed subjects’ contents to make it more relevant to the students in international settings.The Cambridge IGCSE subjects are grouped into five curriculum areas:

  • Group I: Languages.
  • Group II: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Group III: Sciences.
  • Group IV: Mathematics.
  • Group V: Creative and Professional.

NTIC offers the following subjects: –

Pure Sciences

SubjectsPhysicsChemistryBiologyAdditional MathematicsMathematics

Humanities/Social Science

EconomicsGeographyHistoryGlobal Perspective

Creative And Professional

ICT Design & TechnologyComputer ScienceBusiness StudiesAccounting




What is Pre-Level?

The Preparatory Level is the middle school level offering continuous education through grade 7, 8 and grade 9 in preparation for British IGCSE levels or the local Secondary examinations.
Preparatory level is the most comprehensive and unique elementary school qualification; thus preparing NTIC students for their international examinations offered through the university of Cambridge international examinations UK.

The school environment can help or hinder the realization of goals for young children. Keeping this in view the school provides the best possible environment that will contribute to the development of our student both physically and mentally. Provision is made for continuous growth in social and emotional development through a balanced programme that will meet the needs of the child. The emphasis in the school is for inculcating a ‘spirit of inquiry’ at a very early age.

A systematic and regular method of evaluation of the student’s progress in all fields of the educational activities has been adopted and a consolidated record of the student is maintained. The medium of instruction is English with due emphasis to MATHS, SCIENCE, ENGLISH, ICT, GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, ART AND DESIGN AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION.

Preparatory levels offer a gateway to IGCSE level or the local secondary examinations; with focus on strong academic foundation at such important years through developing an aptitude towards inquiry and concept base learning at each school level.


EnglishMathematicsScienceGlobal perspectiveICTArt & Design
Digital LiteracyMusicPhysical EducationFrenchYoruba/Hausa/IgboCRK/IRK
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  1. Progression Test at School
  2. Check points by CAIE

Use Cambridge Checkpoint to assess learners at the end of the lower secondary programme (Stage 9). The tests are marked by Cambridge International for English as a first or second language, mathematics and science. Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint Global Perspectives learners produce a research report that is assessed by teachers and externally moderated by Cambridge International. Cambridge ICT Starters is assessed in the classroom through a structured scheme of assessment, operating at three levels:

Initial steps

Next steps

On track.

Each level is made up of two stages and certificates are available on successful completion of each stage.

Cambridge Advanced (As & A Levels)

Cambridge Advanced is typically for learners aged 16 to 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for university and higher education.

BiologyChemistryPhysicsMathematicsDesign & Tech
Global PerspectiveEconomicsAccountingBusinessEnglish Language

These, in a nutshell, have been organized in order to give our students the right education for a sustainable future.

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