Oxford International AQA Examinations

Frida JohanssonNews, Oxford University Press

Oxford International AQA Examninations is a joint venture between Oxford University Press, a department of the University of Oxford, and AQA, the UK’s leading academic awarding body.

The international GCSEs are based on the forthcoming 9-1 grading structure that will be implemented in England from 2017, replacing the existing A*-G system.

The international A-levels have retained the flexible modular benefits of AS qualifications, whilst ensuring they meet the rigour and standards of the new linear UK A-levels.

Drawing on over 100 years of exams experience, AQA’s research centre informs educational policy in the UK and helps us to improve the quality of international qualifications year on year. This allows AQA to achieve consistent quality and enables students to progress with high quality assessments that are valued by universities around the world.