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iGCSE ICT Online Course
Follows Cambridge Specifications

The aim of the iGCSE ICT online course is to introduce students to information and communication technology and its various applications in current society and industry. You will learn about the basic principles of ICT and the use of the basics of common software applications, including word processors, spreadsheets, databases, interactive presentation software, e-mail, web browsers and website design. Learners will develop a greater awareness of how applications are used in the workplace and consider the impact of new technologies on methods of working and on social, economic, ethical and moral issues.

Why to Study iGCSE ICT Online Course?

The gained skills from studying iGCSE ICT qualification is the insight gain into a wide range of ICT applications and concepts. The ICT course will be of interest to those wishing to seek the understanding of the concept and modern information and communication technology to apply across a real practical situations especially students and equally candidates who are already at workplace who wish to improve their job prospects by gaining such a practical knowledge.


Studying the Cambridge CIE iGCSE ICT is an appropriate qualification for distance learning in terms of teaching and receiving education and taking the formal examinations.

About Our iGCSE ICT Online Course 

Difference Between GCSE and iGCSE

  1. Both GCSE and iGCSE are available in the UK but with the IGCSE being taught mainly by private schools

  2. The iGCSE is regulated by the awarding organisations such as Pearson-Edexcel and Cambridge CIE while the GCSE is regulated by Ofqual and is mainly taught in the state-funded schools

  3. British universities and across the world treat the GCSEs and IGCSEs as exact equivalent in the admission processes 

  4. The National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (UK NARIC) benchmarks the IGCSE qualification as equivalent to GCSE and both qualifications are represented at UK's Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) the same as Levels 1 and level 2

  5. Also, the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) is a UK-based organisation whose main role is to operate the application process for British universities consider the IGCSE to be equal in weight to GCSE qualification.

  6. Another main difference between GCSE and IGCSE is that GCSE science subjects require the submission of practicals which are similar to courseworks while IGCSE does not require any practicals but only the formal written exams.

The Advantages of Joining Our iGCSE ICT Course!

1- Every lesson is delivered through a set of tutorial videos that contains extensive explanations, illustrations & simulations

2- Loads of auto-graded practice questions for each topic

3- End-of-chapter-test for each topic

4- The courses are topic-formats in line with the book's content

5- The courses comes in topic formats in line with the book

6- Speed up or slow down your study in complete autonomy

7- A personal tutor will be dedicated to follow up with you 

8- Unlimited tutor's support by email  

9- Online meetings with the tutor or headteacher upon request

Our iGCSE ICT Online Course Includes Tutorial Videos to Increase Your Skills Retention & Confidence to Perform Well in Exams!

Our iGCSE ICT online course offers an extensive range of digital resources for those looking to learn at home. Our service to you include but not limited to tutorial videos, interactive, auto-graded practice questions, end-of-chapter-tests and more. All of these resources are designed to help you to develop a deeper understanding of key iGCSE ICT online concepts and to better prepare you for the final exam.

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