IGCSE Double Award Science

We follow the International GCSE in Science (Double Award). This enables pupils to:

  • Learn about unifying patterns and themes in science and use them in new and changing situations
  • Acquire knowledge and understanding of scientific facts, terminology, concepts, principles and practical techniques
  • Apply the principles and concepts of science, including those related to the applications of science, to different contexts
  • Evaluate scientific information, making judgements on the basis of this information
  • Appreciate the practical nature of science, developing experimental and investigative skills based on correct and safe laboratory techniques
  • Analyse, interpret and evaluate data and experimental methods, drawing conclusions that are consistent with evidence from experimental activities and suggesting possible improvements and further investigations
  • Recognise the importance of accurate experimental work and reporting scientific methods in science
  • Select, organise and present relevant information clearly and logically using appropriate vocabulary, definitions and conventions
  • Develop a logical approach to problem solving in a wider context
  • Select and apply appropriate areas of mathematics relevant to science as set out under each topic
  • Prepare for more advanced courses in science and for other courses that require knowledge of science.

Paying per year:

Double Award Science is one of 8 core IGCSE subjects you can study at InterHigh in Upper School (Years 10 & 11) for $4,245 a year.

Paying per term:

Three payments split over the three school terms (Autumn, Spring and Summer) for $1,415.


Double Award Science


International GCSE

Exam board:



2 years

Delivery method:

Online, real-time classrooms, 24/7 access to curriculum

Start date:


Exam Details:

All exams will be supervised and sat at an examination hall local to you

Know more about your course fees

We have several fee packages and options, with differing levels of commitment to suit most circumstances. In most cases parents have the option to pay in instalments, spreading the cost of the investment.