The combined curriculum is both challenging and ambitious but that’s what makes it dynamic and complementary. Students who opt for this programme will enjoy the advantages of both the Serbian National and the Cambridge International curriculum.
After their usual lessons in Serbian, twice a week students will have the opportunity to attend two evening classes in English. Note that rather than echoing the same units covered by the Serbian curriculum, the focus of these lessons will be directed towards differential units i.e. the learning materials specific to the Cambridge programme. The four lessons per week will cover two mandatory and two elective subjects. This way, instead of having to burn the midnight oil for two years, students will have twice as much time, i.e. four years to prepare for the Cambridge examinations in order to meet the requirements for passing their AS- and A-levels.
AS-level subjects carry 1 credit and they are taught for a year, while A-level subjects carry 2 credits and they last for two years.
In the table below, you will find the list of all the subjects offered in the combined curriculum.
|Serbian language and literature||4||4||4||4|
|First foreign language||2||2||4||3|
|Second foreign language||2||2||2||2|
|Constitution and civil rights||-||-||-||1|
|Compulsory Cambridge subjects||I||II||III||IV|
|Global perspectives and research||1||1||1||1|
|Elective Cambridge subjects (2 subjects)||I||II||III||IV|