There are several models of delivery which schools could use to introduce Cambridge Pre-U into the curriculum. Schools can either introduce Cambridge Pre-U Principal Subjects as standalone qualifications, Global Perspectives and Research Report (GPR) as a standalone qualification, or a combination of Principal Subject(s) and GPR.
Cambridge Pre-U Standalone Subjects
- Standalone Principal Subjects could be substituted for some A Levels
- Standalone core GPR could be offered as an alternative to General Studies, Critical Thinking and an Extended Project
- Standalone short courses for languages taken in place of AS Levels
- Cambridge Pre-U taken in same subjects as well as A Levels.
- Cambridge Pre-U Principal Subjects are used as an extension programme - i.e. A level is taught in years 11 and 12 and Pre-U taught in year 13
Cambridge Pre-U Diploma
- A Diploma made up of three Cambridge Pre-U Principal Subjects plus GPR
- Up to two A Levels may be substituted for Principal Subjects. So a Diploma could be made up of one Cambridge Pre-U Principal Subject, two A Levels, and GPR