Cambridge Qualifications- Global Recognition.
Cambridge students are widely accepted in top study destinations worldwide, such as the US, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Singapore and South Africa as well as in India.
Our guide to the recognition and acceptance of Cambridge qualifications provides an overview of admissions requirements in a wide range of countries University Recognition Worldwide
Cambridge Qualifications- Recognition in India
The Association of Indian Universities, the organisation that awards equivalence to foreign degrees in India, has granted equivalence to Cambridge International A Levels, Cambridge IGCSE, and Cambridge O Levels. This ensures smooth progression for Cambridge students who choose to study at universities in India.
The link below provides helpful information about applying to study in Indian universities.
Destination India – using your Cambridge qualifications to study in India
The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) is one of the world’s most exciting educational courses for 16-19-year-olds.
IBDP Qualification – Global Recognition
There are IB World Schools in nearly 150 countries throughout the world, and students send exam results to higher education institutions in nearly 90 countries annually. Higher education institutions around the world admit students based on their IB credentials, and many have specific admissions policies and guidelines for IB students. Admissions criteria can vary widely across educational systems and selectivity of the institution.
To learn more on IB recognition information at the national level, read about the IB by country.
IBDP Qualification- Recognition in India
IB Diploma Programme is officially recognized in India. The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) recognizes the IB Diploma as equivalent to the Plus Two (10+2) Class of the Senior Secondary School, which is the eligibility criterion for admission to the undergraduate courses in India.