The Edge Learning Center is organising an exclusive seminar: IB Diploma vs ‘A’ level – Which one fits your Journey Best on 10 November 2018, Saturday 2:00pm – 3:30pm.
If you are thinking of whether to take IB Diploma or ‘A’ level course, this is an event not to be missed!
Register now to secure your seats today! Hurry, Limited seats available!
IB Diploma vs ‘A’ level – Which one fits your Journey Best
The majority would agree that a good education encompasses more than just exam results. The advantages of non-academic experiences – from sports competitions, charity events, or school plays – have been shown to lead to more than just happy memories.
Join us this 10 November and gain insightful advice on what IB diploma and ‘A’ level are and which one best suits your educational path after your ‘O’ level.
In this complimentary seminar, you have the opportunity to know:
- What IB Diploama and ‘A’ Level are
- Exam formats of IB Diploama and ‘A’ Level
- IB Diploama vs ‘A’ Level: Which is harder?
Who Should Attend:
Students and parents who are applying for tertiary education.
Date: 10 November 2018, Saturday
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Venue: The Edge Learning Center Singapore
51 Bras Basah Road, Manulife Center Building, #02-04
Who Should Attend?
Students (and parents) who are applying for tertiary education.
Our Main Speakers:
PGD Peace and Conflict Studies (St Andrews), BA Politics and East European Studies (UCL), BA Applied Modern Languages (UVT)
Having lived, worked and studied in over eight countries over the past twelve years, Madeline has been based in Singapore since 2015.
Madeline has graduated with a PGD in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Saint Andrews a double-major BA in Applied Modern Languages – English and French – from The Western University of Timisoara, and one in Politics and East European Studies from University College London. She draws on seven years of training experience, development work and consulting in conflict and change management to enable people, communities and businesses to overcome tense situations, advance their performance and their goals.
Her work as an Admissions Consultant flows from being attuned, passionate and informed about the opportunities available to academic achievers who want to explore and develop their potential beyond their current reality. Madeline’s own educational path in Europe and SE Asia, as well as the current preparation for a PhD candidature are the basis for her empathetic connection with students. Given her diverse past experience, Madeline is keen and able to help them reach their educational goals and to support their transition between educational institutions, cultural settings and chapters of their lives.
10 November 2018: IB Diploma vs ‘A’ level
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
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