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Integrated Programme in Singapore

The Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) introduced the Integrated Programme (IP) in 2004 as part of the changes encapsulated in the Junior College/Upper Secondary Education Review in 2002.

The Integrated Programme targets the top 10% of each cohort of Singapore students, who are clearly university bound. Offered only in top schools which have traditionally excelled in both academic and co-curricular areas, the Integrated Programme provides students with a seamless education that allows them to progress from secondary to pre-university education without having to sit for the GCE 'O' Level Examinations.

With the time freed up from not having to prepare for the GCE 'O' Level Examinations, Integrated Programme schools are able to deliver school-customised enriched programmes that better cater to the needs of academically bright students. These include programmes which cover content and skills beyond those tested in the GCE 'O' level examinations, and which expose students to broader learning experiences. Depending on their school, Integrated Programme students will graduate at the end of their pre-university education with GCE 'A' Level qualifications, the International Baccalaureate Diploma, the Advanced Placement (AP), or the National University of Singapore High School Diploma.

MOE is confident that the Integrated Programme provides firm grounding in preparation for university education.

For information, you may visit Ministry of Education (MOE) Singapore





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