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 Cambridge AS level

 - For learners aged 15-17

 A broad range of subjects is offered, from which students must choose four subjects. There is one compulsory subject, which is Global Perspectives and Research and all AS learners must also attend the Danish language course.

Each subject that a learner takes at AS level receives a separate grade. The Cambridge International AS-levels run from grade A to grade E, with A representing the highest level of achievement and E representing the minimum required performance. There is no A* grading in the certification of Cambridge International AS levels.

Cambridge International AS levels are recognised by universities worldwide.

English

 - for learners who want to study English language and its use in contemporary communication. It aims to encourage critical response to texts in a range of forms, styles and contexts, and to promote skills of communication, reading, research and analysis. Learners will develop an ability to read and analyse material - gaining further knowledge and understanding of English language features and issues, and writing clearly, accurately and effectively for different purposes and audiences.

Mathematics

 - for learners who want to build on the skills acquired at IGCSE (or equivalent) level. 

Danish

- obligatory lessons for learners, who study at Ranum Efterskole College whose first (and second) language is not Danish. The aim is to develop an ability to use the language effectively for purposes of practical communication. Learners will gain insights into Danish language, culture and heritage.

Physics

 - for learners who want to build on the skills acquired at IGCSE (or equivalent) level. The emphasis throughout is an understanding of concepts and the application of physics ideas in novel contexts as well as on the acquisition of knowledge. The course encourages creative thinking and problem-solving skills. The course is ideal for learners who want to study physics or a wide variety of related subjects at university or to follow a career in science.

German 

 - for learners who want to build on skills acquired at IGCSE (or equivalent) level. Learners will gain an understanding of how to use the language in a variety of situations. They will learn to handle texts and other source materials, and they will achieve greater fluency, accuracy and confidence in the language.

French

 - for learners who want to build on the language skills gained at IGCSE (or equivalent) level. Learners will gain an understanding of how to use the language in a variety of situations. They will learn to handle texts and other source materials, and they will achieve greater fluency, accuracy and confidence in the language.

Spanish

 - for learners who want to build on the language skills gained at IGCSE (or equivalent) level. Learners will gain an understanding of how to use the language in a variety of situations. They will learn to handle texts and other source materials, and they will achieve greater fluency, accuracy and confidence in the language.

Global Perspectives

 - for learners who want to prepare for positive engagement with our rapidly changing world. Learners broaden their outlook through the critical analysis of - and reflection on - issues of global significance. The course syllabus is based on skills rather than on specific content. Learners develop research, thinking, reasoning and communication skills by following an approach to analysing and evaluating arguments and perspectives called the Critical Path. The skills gained through the course enable students to meet the demands of twenty first century learning and make a successful transition to study in higher education.

Marine Science

- for learners who want coherent and stimulating introduction to the science of the marine environment. The course concentrates on the scientific study of the sea and its ecosystems and human activities that depend on the sea and have an impact on it.  

Biology

- for learners who want to study biology or a wide variety of related subjects at university or to follow a career in science.

Chemistry

- for learners who want to study chemistry or a wide variety of related subjects at university or to follow a career in science.

Geography

- for learners who whant to study topics such as hydrology and fluvial geomorphology, atmosphere and weather, rocks and weathering, population change and settlement dynamics. The syllabus considers a range of environments, from tropical to arid, and learners can also study subjects such as environmental management, global interdependence and economic transition.

Evironmental management

- for learners who want to gain an understanding of the Earth’s natural systems and how people use natural resources; they then investigate the impact of human development on the environment and learn how the environment can be managed sustainably in the future, from a local as well as a global perspective.

Ranum Efterskole College can only guarantee the availability of a subject if a sufficient number of learners sign up for it. In the case of a subject not
receiving a sufficient number of applicants, we will contact you regarding alternative options.

Examinations, Certifications & Tests 

 AS learners will complete all their exams in the June Series and may expect results in mid August. The official exam certificate will be forwarded ultimo October.  

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