• How the AICE Programme Works

    The Advanced International Certificate of Education Program (AICE) is an innovative and accelerated method of academic study offered solely through the University of Cambridge International Examination.

    In this program, students take Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) 9-12 courses and can earn an international diploma if they accrue at least 7 credits by passing AICE exams within a three-year period (25 months from the first exam to the last exam).

    Students must earn 7 credits to receive the AICE Diploma.  A minimum of 1 class is required from each category.


    1. Math/Science
    2. Arts & Humanities
    3. Languages
    4. Interdisciplinary Studies

    In addition, students must take the mandatory core course, Global Perspectives & Research. The remaining three courses can be selected from any of the four categories.

    Students do not have be an AICE diploma seeking student to receive college credit for Cambridge coursework.