In the Sixth Form College, also known as Key Stage 5, students follow a British curriculum and study for external A Level examinations; AS (Advanced Subsidiary) in Year 12 and A2 (Advanced 2) in Year 13. A Levels are internationally recognised qualifications accepted by universities across the world.
The majority of students in Year 12 select three or four AS subjects and then in Year 13 continue with these subjects to be awarded the A2 certificate. The curriculum in Y13 also accommodates the needs of students who intend to study within the Higher Education system in Mongolia.
Sixth Form at the British School of Ulaanbaatar is very much an integral part of the school. Furthermore, our dedicated Sixth Form College is a bridge between school and university which teaches students the skills they will require to succeed in higher education. The College provides our students with individual and shared learning spaces which are separate from the rest of the school. Wifi is also available and this allows students to bring their own devices into the College.
Subjects offered at AS and A2 Level include: Mathematics, and Further Mathematics, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Business Studies, History, Art and Global Perspectives; a relatively new subject which introduces students to the skills they need to succeed at University.