Egyptian accreditation for British International College of Cairo.
11th October 2016
British International College of Cairo headed by Principal Mark Colston was evaluated against Egyptian education standards and formally
accredited by Egyptian ministry of Education with the Ministerial Decree No. 340 dated 11 October 2016. Now, in addition to being an International and a Cambridge Associate School, BICC has now also become a fully accredited school as per the local authorities in Egypt.
We are proud to announce that British International College of Cairo is now authorised to teach primary and secondary school students within both the Cambridge Programme and the Egyptian system. In accordance with the Ministerial Decree, BICC shall apply the local Curriculum of Arabic, Religion and Geography and operate its primary school enabling students from Years 1 to 9 to attend the standards defined by both the University of Cambridge and the Egyptian Ministry of Education.
BICC is now accredited to teach:
• The Egyptian Syllabus for Arabic, Religion and Geography for Primary and secondary school. Our school students shall attend classes of a maximum 17 students per class designed after the most widely implemented educational programme in the world, enrich their English language skills and take four international subjects. The teaching methodology follows the highest educational standards, implements technology in the classroom and makes the most of the potential offered by dynamic and interactive lessons in order to enable students to hone and improve their skills in a variety of fields.