In 2013, CL Education was accredited by Cambridge International Examinations as the first, purely Distance Institution, in the world, permitted to offer the Cambridge syllabus as a curriculum provider with an associate school approval centre number (ZA 272). CL Ed is an attached British Council Centre and operates in partnership with British Council for exam purposes. All CL Ed students sit exams at a British Council Centre. CL Ed or any of its affiliated tutor centres may offer CIE exams at an exam venue, approved by British Council, should this become available or be necessary.
Founding member of CL Education, Bronwyn Ansell, operates and manages a tutor centre, exclusive from CL Education interest and partnerships, but in association with CL Education, in Northriding, Johannesburg. Attendance is on a full time, part time or for attending practical exam preparation.
Determine whether you are ready for any exam at least six months prior to entry. Check with the relevant subject tutors/lecturers as to readiness; should you be unsure, please ascertain this with Bronwyn before making a final decision. Fill in the online form to indicate the subject/s you intend to write. Download the registration form via this link - Registration form - Registration form To obtain the subject/option codes you need to fill in on the registration form, you need to visit the option code – it is important that you make sure you fill in the correct codes as there are NO refunds are given for using the wrong code.
Option codes can also be obtained from British Council directly as per below links:
IGCSE Level: http://www.britishcouncil.org.za/sites/britishcouncil.za/files/igcse_level_october_november_2015.pdf
AS/A Level: http://www.britishcouncil.org.za/sites/britishcouncil.za/files/asa_level_october_november_2015.pdf
You need to add onto the registration form the CL Education centre number; ZA272. (Add at the bottom of the last page) A copy of your ID or passport or birth certificate and a recent photo must accompany the registration form. The registration form and or CIE admin is sent to: email@example.com or fax it to +27 (0)86 570 0422. Alternatively contact Sihle Ngubane, Email – firstname.lastname@example.org , Direct line - +27 11 560 9340
Exam fees are obtained from British Council directly: http://www.britishcouncil.org.za/sites/britishcouncil.za/files/cie_october_november_2015_price_list.pdf
Payments to British Council can be made through one of the following methods:
Electronic Fund Transfers (EFT)
Bank: Standard Charted Bank
Account name: British Council
Account number: 001-883526-00
Branch: Johannesburg Branch
Branch code: 730020
SWIFT address: SCBLZAJJ
Type: Current Account
Account name: SCB – BRITISH COUNCIL
Account number: 145-41169-19
Branch name: Corporate Client Services JHB
Branch code: 145405
Complete a credit card payment form
Send your proof of payment or credit card form to SSA.Enquiries@britishcouncil.org or fax it to +27 (0)86 570 0422.Keep a copy as proof of payment.
You will receive your Statement of Entry and information about the examination venues approximately three weeks before your exams.
The 'Exam Sessions' page contain the time tables, option codes and exam fees for all the exams.
It is essential that you use the correct version of the timetable for your zone. If you are unsure which administrative zone your school is in, please check by going to the Administrative zone section. Please access the CIE exam timetable for all zones here: exam-timetables
British Council: For students studying abroad, please locate and contact the British Council for the relevant country you are residing or writing exams in. Cambridge Schools: For students opting to use Cambridge International accredited schools abroad for exam purposes, please locate the relevant country on the link below and enquire with Cambridge as to schools in the country or area that accept private candidates. ask-for-help