Two St Joseph’s International School students recognised as ‘Top in Malaysia’ for Cambridge IGCSE, AS Level

Kuek (centre) in a photo call with CAIE Malaysia and Brunei country director Ng Kim Huat (left) and teacher-in-charge Susan Thian.

KUCHING, May 11: Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) has recognized two St Joseph’s International School (SJIS) students as ‘Top in Malaysia’ for their exceptional performance on the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and the Advanced Subsidiary (AS)-Level.

According to a press release from SJIS, Carmen Kuek Ning was awarded ‘Top in Malaysia for Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies’ and Lydia Ting Jen Ning was awarded ‘Top in Malaysia for Cambridge AS Level Business’.

“The results are a testament to the dedication and perseverance of our students, and we wish them the best of luck as they move on to the next phase of their lives,” it said.

Students and Staff at SJIS are ecstatic about the 2022 Oct series IGCSE and A-level students’ stellar performance.

Both AS-Level and IGCSE syllabi are assessed by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), part of the University of Cambridge in the UK.

“Our students at SJIS deserve our sincere congratulations for their outstanding performance on the Cambridge IGCSE/AS October/November series exam,” as per the press release.

Meanwhile, SJIS principal said in the press release that SJIS has consistently produced high achievers in the various Cambridge Exams.

“This is mainly because we have capable and dedicated teachers to guide and coach our students. Congratulations to the students as well as their teachers,” he added.

Cambridge’s global education programmes and qualifications are designed with students in mind and are based on cutting-edge research in education.

SJIS is also a gateway for students wishing to continue a top-class education in Germany.

To satisfy the language requirement for study in Germany, students will take German classes at SJIS alongside their A-Level studies.

Germany has become a popular place for international students worldwide to go to college or university. One of the main reasons is that German public universities offer high-quality education with low or no tuition fees and outstanding teaching and research.

“Two SJIS students, Alexander Liew Zi Yi (currently in Germany) and Isaac Lee Kai Jie (going after his A-Level exams), are participating in the A-Level German pathway programme thanks to collaborating with German Educare,” SJIS highlighted.

Registration for the A-Level June intake is now open. Visit htttps:// for more information about the programme.

St Joseph’s International School is also having an Open Day to students and parents for the Cambridge A-Level and A-Level German Pathway programmes on Saturday, May 27, 2023. — DayakDaily

Students and teachers in a group photo at the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards Ceremony, Malaysia.