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What is the Cambridge A.I.C.E. Program? 

  • The Cambridge AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education) program is an advanced academic program offered solely through Cambridge Assessment International Education, a division of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England -- an institution that consistently ranks as one of the top five academic universities in the world. 
  • AICE provides a flexible curriculum with a global focus that is offered worldwide to more than 8 million candidates at schools and colleges in over 160 countries.  For over 170 years, the prestigious University of Cambridge has been setting worldwide curriculum standards through their examinations. 
  • Like AP and IB, Cambridge AICE courses allow students to study college-level material on the ESA campus. 
  • Students in the program study curriculum designed by Cambridge Assessment for one academic year.  At the end of that year, students take an examination based on the curriculum they studied.  These examinations are designed by Cambridge Assessment to provide students with an opportunity to showcase their learning in that subject.  The examinations are then graded by examiners from Cambridge Assessment in England.  Students who earn a passing score on the examination can potentially earn college credit.

Need Cambridge transcripts sent to a college or university? Click below.

Students will need 1) their 4-digit candidate number (this can be found on any Cambridge Certificate they have received or Statement of Entry, Statement of Results, etc.), 2) our “Centre Number” (UX462) and 3) the exam sessions they are requesting results from (either June or November of each year they attended ESA depending on which exam sessions they participated in).

Cambridge International in the USA website: