The Cambridge international curriculum sets a global standard for education, and is recognised by universities and employers worldwide. Our curriculum is flexible, challenging and inspiring, culturally sensitive yet international in approach. Cambridge students develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. They also gain the essential skills they need for success at university and in their future careers.
Primary Grade 1 to 5
At the Primary School (Age 5-11) the school offers a wide range of subjects, from the Cambridge Primary. These subjects are English, Mathematics, Science, Global Perspectives, ICT, Computing, Digital Literacy, Physical Education, Art
& Design and Music. The student has the options for one second language, any of Hindi, French or Tamil.
Lower Secondary Grade 6 -8
Cambridge Lower Secondary is typically for learners aged 11 to 14 years. It helps you prepare students for the next step of their education. We offer English, Mathematics, Science, Global Perspectives, Computing, Physical Education, Art & Design and Music. The student has the options for one second language, any of Hindi, French or Tamil.
Upper Secondary (IGCSE) Grade 9-10
At High School (Age 14-16) students can choose from a wide variety of subjects that the Cambridge Upper Secondary program offers. Compulsory subjects offered are English, Mathematics and one Science. Students who successfully complete five subjects of their choice they qualify for the IGCSE certificate. In case a student wants to pursue International Certificate of Education (ICE) he or she has to study additional two subjects (seven subjects in total) with a combination of two languages and one subject each from Mathematics, Science and Humanities.
We offer Cambridge International A Levels at Grade 11 and 12. MBIS student counselors guide the students to make informed subject choice decisions based on assessments, past academic performance, and multiple rounds of discussions with students and guardians. The students are required to pursue minimum of 3 subjects of their choice in A Levels and there is no maximum number of subjects.