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GCSE | IGCSE Mathematics Foundation

GCSE | IGCSE Mathematics Foundation

The Mathematics foundation IGCSE Course gently guides the student through basic mathematical skills, progressing on to more advanced material as the student’s skills and abilities develop. Covering areas such as fractions, percentages, probability and graphs, this home study maths course equips you with all the knowledge and skills you need to gain this qualification. 

Pearson-Edexcel International GCSE in Mathematics-Foundation qualification (Course/Exam Code: 4MA1 Foundation)

The IGCSE in mathematics is the only secondary school subject that have two different options as shown below which the student has to choose one path from the two below:
1-  International GCSE in Mathematics Foundation tier (what us this page is about)
2-  Or the International GCSE in Mathematics Highertier

The Mathematics foundation IGCSE Course gently guides the student through basic mathematical skills, progressing on to more advanced material as the student’s skills and abilities develop. Covering areas such as fractions, percentages, probability and graphs, this home study maths course equips you with all the knowledge and skills you need to gain this qualification.  IGCSE mathematics is considered an essential entry requirement for numerous study courses at higher level, not just those directly related to maths, but many others such as biology, chemistry, physics, economy, or even business studies where basic mathematics is an important tool to resolve many situations. Being considered one of the most important subjects, it’s often a requirement for various job roles; it comes in useful in day-to-day life, and this distance learning IGCSE course covers all the bases necessary to give you a solid grasp of working with numbers. 
Many other reasons could be of interest to someone to look for mathematics qualification such as looking to start postgraduate or degree level programs but needs some mathematics IGCSE for a British university entry or maybe for someone who is not confident in her/his mathematical ability and are looking to acquire a recognisable mathematics to enable you to move on to a new job or further study, we recommend studying the foundation course. The highest grade achievable on this course is C. Acquire a foundation of mathematical skills by studying IGCSE in mathematics enables students to become confident to use mathematics to solve problems, therefore, the skills you learn through mathematics courses are also valuable in a number of other careers.
Studying Pearson-Edexcel IGCSE curriculum in mathematics Foundation is an appropriate course for teaching delivery through distance learning and for sitting for the formal examinations. Once you have completed your course, you will have prepared yourself to attend the external formal examinations in either of the British Council or one of the Pearson-Edexcel approved examination centers in your country of residence.

The Difference between the IGCSE Mathematics Higher and Foundation

It is a common question to ask about the difference between the higher and foundation tires to those wishing to study mathematics IGCSE.  The first question is about whether the student should enroll in mathematics foundation and obtain its qualifications before joining the higher mathematics, the answer is no. The student can choose one of the two paths and sit for a single exams set, either the foundation exam or the higher exams.
In the case of students enrolled in IGCSE mathematics foundation, they study the foundation topics ONLY, while the IGCSE mathematics higher they study the foundation topics  and in addition they study the higher topics, in another simple way, the foundation year student study one book called foundation, while the higher students study the same foundation book plus the higher book. As for the exams, the foundation students are examined in the foundation topics while the higher students are examined in both the foundation and higher topics, thus students study mathematics higher study more mathematics topics than the foundation students. Well, another question usually asked is that can a student with mathematics foundation and another different IGCSE subjects apply to university foundation year, the answer is yes provided it is not mathematics dependent degree such as nursing, languages, journalism, law, media, etc.
The above does not mean that studying higher mathematics is better than studying foundation mathematics, but it is all boils down to the university major you wish to pursue in the future.

The Difference on Grading Scale
British universities do NOT assess students based on their marks but based on their grade based on grading scale 9 to 1. For clarification on this please refer to the accordion in this page named as “Explaining 9 to 1 Grading system for IGCSE”.
Therefore, the IGCSE is assessed based on grading scale 9 to 1 where the highest achieved grade is 9, while the lowest grade is 1 on the 9 to 1 grading scale. However, the exception of all IGCSE subject is the mathematics since it has 2 tiers (2 different paths), the foundation and the higher for which the foundation mathematics achievement can take the students anywhere between grade 1 and 5, even if the student scores 100% of the marks in the exam the maximum achievement will be grade 5 on the grading scale. While since the mathematics higher contains the foundation topics within it plus other advanced topics, therefore, student minimum achievement in the exam will be grade 4 but can go as high as grade 9 if achieve 100% of the marks (theoretically). The diagram below illustrates the difference on the grading scale

OBA School-Grading Scale IGCSE-Mathematics Foundation-Higher


The following table lists the major difference between the IGCSE foundation and higher in mathematics to help you decides which of the two suits your plan more:

The IGCSE Mathematics Foundation   The IGCSE Mathematics Higher  
 It contains many less topics than the mathematics higher path   Contains all topics studied in the mathematics foundations path plus some other advanced topics
Selected by students who wish to get university admission to disciplines that do NOT depend on mathematics such as such as nursing, journalism, law, English literature, media, etc.     Selected by students who wish to get university admission to disciplines that depend on mathematics such as any branch of engineering, science, medicine, etc.
 It contains many less topics than the mathematics higher path   Contains all topics studied in the mathematics foundations path plus some other advanced topics
The greatest grade can be achieved by the mathematics foundation is 5 even if the student scores 100% of the marks in the exam. That does NOT mean that the foundation path is not good especially if you aim to study a university degree that does not depend on maths  In the mathematics higher exam, the student can achieve grade 9 (theoretically) which is the highest on the grading scale, while the lowest grade that a student can achieve when passes the exam is 4. That means with little efforts in exams the student can achieve grade 5 which is equivalent to the maximum grade can be achieved in the mathematics foundation even if achieve 100% marks. Of course, you need always to aim for grade 6 or above in mathematics higher to meet the minimum universities admission requirements

Accreditation and Course Code

The course prepares you to sit for Pearson-Edexcel examination in the IGCSE in mathematics foundation in any Pearson-Edexcel approved examination center in the UK, or if you are an overseas student then you can either sit for the formal exam of this course in any of Pearson-Edexcel approved exam centers in your country of residence or with the nearest British Council branch to you. The full name of the qualifications is:

Pearson Edexcel International GCSE in Mathematics Specification A-(4MA1) Foundation


With another 4 different IGCSE subjects the mathematics foundation IGCSE provides progression to university foundation year for any discipline that does NOT depend on mathematics such as nursing, languages, journalism, law, media, etc.

Entry Requirements

Academic requirements: You don't need any previous qualifications to enrol in any of our IGCSE courses, but you will only need some basic maths for this course. For student who needs some mathematics push or brush up, we have designed for them a mathematics preparation short course to study before starting their IGCSE course, that shall help in filling up any lack or gap in maths basics skills. The course is most suitable to applicants who has studied to a school level equivalent to or higher than grade 8 or any other equivalent qualification.

English language requirement: If your first language is English then you may skip this section.
If your first language is Not English and you wish to enrol in our IGCSE courses then you are required to take our free online English proficiency test (EPT) in order to assess if you can join our IGCSE courses immediately or would require to take some English language courses for preparation first. Upon finishing your EPT test you will immediate have a feedback on your English language skills and which level it is equivalent to, just follow the on-screen instructions to the end. To take the English proficiency test please click here.
If your English language skills do not qualify you to start immediately, then you can still enrol in our IGCSE courses, that will entitle you to join our English language preparation courses from any English level that you have presently up to the Elementary level 3B free of charge provided you have already enrolled in 5 International GCSE subjects.

Course Content

The course is designed to prepare students for the Pearson-Edexcel examination in the IGCSE qualification in mathematics foundation, specification A, course code 4MA1. Full details of the specification can be obtained from Pearson website or by clicking here
Topics you will learn in your IGCSE in mathematics foundation course including:
Unit 1:  
Number 1 
1- Simplifying fractions
2- Direct numbers and order of operations
3- Percentages. 
4- Standard forms with positive indices.
5- Significant figures and decimal places.

Algebra 1 
1- Simplifying algebraic expression.
2- Simplifying algebraic products.
3- Simplifying algebraic expressions with brackets. 
4- Solving equations
5- Equation with x on both sides.
6- Negative signs outside brackets. 

Graphs 1 
1- Gradient of straight line.
2- Straight line graphs.

Shape and space 1
1- Basic principles: triangles, angle properties, parallel lines, quadrilateral, angles of a regular polygon. 
2- Constructions.
3- Loci.

Set 1
1- Basic ideas.
2- Venn diagrams.
Unit 2: 
Number 2 
1- Standard form with negative indices.
2- Four rules of fractions.
3- Ratio.
4- Positive integer powers of numbers.
5- Direct proportion.
Algebra 2 
1- Simplifying fractions.
2- Addition and subtraction of fractions.
3- Solving equations.
4- Using formula.
5- Positive integer indices.
6- Inequalities.
Graphs 2 
1- Simultaneous equations. 
2- Graphing inequality. 
Shape and space 2 
1- Tangent ratio.
2- Calculating angles.
Handling data 2
1- Statistical investigation. 
2- Collecting data.
3- Frequency tables.
4- Averages.
5- Displaying data. 
Unit 3: 
Number 3 
1- Compound percentages.
2- Multiples, factors, and primes. 
3- Highest common factor (HCF) and lowest common multiple (LCM).
4- Calculator work.
Algebra 3 
1- Simplifying factors.
2- Further simplifying fractions.  
3- Equations with fractions. 
4- Simultaneous equations (eliminating method).
5- Solving problems with simultaneous equations.
Graphs 3 
1- Travel graph.
Shape and space 3 
1- Sine and cosine ratios.
Handling data 3
1- Extending frequency tables into calculation tables. 
Unit 4: 
Number 4 
1- Inverse percentage.
2- Rounding.
3- Upper and lower bounds. 
4- Estimating.
5- Estimating using standard form.
Algebra 4 
1- Change of subject.
2- Using formula. 
Graphs 4 
1- Quadratic graphs.
2- Solving quadratic equation using graphs.
Shape and space 4 
1- Circles.
2- Similar triangles.
3- Pythagoras theorem. 
Handling data 4
1- Probability.
Unit 5: 
Number 5 
1- Proportion.
2- Simple recurring decimals.
Algebra 5 
1- Multiplying brackets. 
2- Factorising quadratic expressions.
3- Solving quadratic equations by factorising. 
4- Problems leading to quadratic equations. 
Sequences 5 
1- Continuing sequences.
2- Formula for sequences.
3- The difference method. 
4- Finding a formula for a sequence.
Shape and space 5 
1- Basic transformations.
2- Enlargements.
3- Combining transformations.
Handling data 5
1- Distributions.
2- Quartiles.
3- Measures of spread.
4- Cumulative frequency. 

What Sudents Age We Accept to The International GCSE

The minimum student’s age we accept to our courses is 13 years and there are no age restrictions above that. Please note that most of the British universities accept students from any age including mature students as long as they can meet up with admission requirements hence taking mature students of any age with no restriction is possible with the British universities which is unlike most of the universities outside the UK who have age restrictions.


When Can You enroll in This Course

In the beginning of each month we have a new student intake but to ensure we have an exceptional service that can meet every ambition; we have made all our courses available for enrolment at any time of the year, but the formal start-off of any of the courses begins usually in the first of the following month of that you have enrolled in. That means you will have immediate access to the course materials where you can read the study guide, starter files and also can have a go with the study materials like watching the tutorial videos and eBooks till you get contacted in the beginning of the next month directly by one of our dedicated tutor who will explain to you the whole process. 

Duration of The Course and Study Period

The duration of any of our International GCSE courses is 16 months, however, student has the flexibility to finish it earlier. Each International GCSE course would need approximately 300 study hours for each course; hence you may estimate the time needed for completing your course as below:

  • For 16 months study plan: you would need 5 hours a week per 1 each International GCSE subject.
  • For 12 months study plan: you would need 7 hours a week per 1 subject.
  • For 9 months study plan: you would need about 10 hours a week per 1 subject.

For each of the cases above we have allowed for 8 weeks revision period before the exam which we strongly recommend in order to revise and practice past exams papers.

Other factors to be taken into considerations when thinking of the duration needed to complete your course are things such as the number of subjects you study concurrently, whether you are employed or fully dedicated to studying the courses, your initial English language skills in reading and writing and other life commitments.


Awarding Body Meaning

In most of the world countries, the traditional formal qualifications are issued directly by country’s ministry of education, but this is different in the UK where in order for a qualification to be recognized it must be accredited through one of the United Kingdom awarding bodies that is authorised by regulated by any UK regulatory body/Department for Education.
Awarding bodies such as Pearson-Edexcel or Cambridge Assessment International are responsible for developing, implementing and organising all aspects of of the specifications and curriculum of every qualifications they offer and to monitor and maintain excellent quality to the qualifications and keep them relevant and contemporary. Add to that, the responsibility of these awarding bodies of issuing the formal examinations, marking the answers of the students’ exam and issuing students qualifications accordingly.
Our courses are designed to be to conform with the curriculums and examinations provided by Pearson-Edexcel. We also offer some subjects follows Cambridge qualification requirements. Pearson-Edexcel is one of UK main examination boards and is wholly owned by Pearson organization, the world's largest education publishing and technology Company. The company is specialised in a variety of academic qualifications including International A-levels and International GCSE’s. Pearson-Edexcel operates Internationally and awards over 1.5 million certificates to students around the world every year. To know more about Pearson-Edexcel visit their page by clicking here. The other awarding body is Cambridge International, the oldest awarding body with over 150 years of practical experience working with schools and governments worldwide and are wholly owned by a world-leading university, the University of Cambridge. Over 160 countries benefit from Cambridge International qualifications which recognised by universities and employers worldwide. To know more visit Cambridge International website by clicking here.
Another terms used interchangeable with “awarding body” but still mean the same are “examination body”, “examination board” and “examination council” hence no need to be confused since all refers to the same body.
If your course qualification is awarded by Pearson-Edexcel and you are in the UK, then you would need to be prepared to look for an approved exams center by Pearson-Edexcel nearby you. Approved exams centers are also available outside the UK in many countries, but you may also contact the British Council in your country of residence to find out if you can set for Pearson-Edexcel exams with them as a “Private Candidate”. When contacting the exam centers or the British Council make sure to indicate the exam code of the qualification you want to sit for.
Similarly, if the qualification of your course is awarded by Cambridge then you will follow the same steps described in the previous paragraph with Pearson-Edexcel.
There are thousands of schools across the UK and outside who deliver Pearson-Edexcel or Cambridge courses. Typically, schools arrange for the students exams and provide the venue for the students in its premises where they can sit for their exams but schools are not allowed to issue or mark the exams papers, rather schools receive the examination paper from the examination board and after the exam day the schools send the students answers-papers to the examination board to mark them and to issue the transcripts and qualifications.
As a distance learning student, you would be described as a “Private Candidate” by the approved examination centers or the British Council in your country, they will be like a coordinator between you and the examination board, such that they will provide you with the venue where you can sit for your formal exams then they will send your exams answers to the examiner board who ultimately will mark them and send the transcript of the result to the same place where you sit for the exams for you to collect.

Important Exam Information

It is very important for you to know that your formal exams are externally assessed, that means OBA School assessments within your study period has no credited marks towards your qualification and are called internal assessments. The only credited exams are obtained 100% from your formal exams in either the British Council or Pearson-Edexcel approved exam centre in your country of residence. Student usually sits for their exams when completes their study for the whole course.
Please note that finding an approved examination centers and registering yourself for exams is an easy process with either of the British Council or an approved examination centers. Kindly note that you will have to pay the examination fee to center as your subscriptions fees to OBA School don’t include any exams fee or any arrangement for your external exams. For more information about the British Council in your country visit their main website by clicking here and select your country from the dropdown menu to find the British Council website link relevant to your country of residence. Alternatively, you can find Pearson approved examination centre by clicking here.
Note that when you communicate with the British Council or with Pearson-Edexcel approved examination centre you would need to mention you are a “Private Candidate” which is explained in the next section.

Assessment Dates and When to Register for it

 The formal exams will be held every January and June every year, that means two opportunities a year to sit for the exams hence if you are not ready in January then you can sit the exam in June. That gives you a great flexibility to schedule your study and to have ability to shorten or lengthen your study period without much compromising.  You would need to be careful about how you plan your study schedule so you have completed your course with at least one month before the exam day to use it for revision, accordingly, we recommend completing your course by mid of April.
Students should register for their examination at least six months prior to the exam day.  Usually the examiner board such as Pearson-Edexcel or Cambridge set their exams in January and June of every year. The exams timetable for January and July series for each year usually can be found on the British Council website, or alternatively, you may source for this information through simple Google search. Exams timetable is different from year to year and can be visited by clicking here.

A Private Candidate Meaning

A private candidate in the British education is a learner among any of the below categories:
1- Student who studies through distance learning.
2- Student who studies by themselves.
3- Students who taught privately by private teachers or parents. 
4- Students who would like to re-sit or re-take exams 
5- Students studying a course not offered by their own school or college. 

A private candidate is responsible for making appropriate arrangements to register with the British Council or the any approved examination center in their country of residence. For more information about the meaning of “Private Candidate” please visit the Pearson related page by clicking here or Cambridge International related page by clicking here. Alternatively, search on Google for the British Council definition of “Private Candidate” meaning.
Student who attends a full/part time course in school is not consider as private candidate since she/he will have the school arranging in their behalf for the exams. It is important that private candidate make these arrangements as early as possible from the exams date, we recommend six months earlier from the exam day.
Please note that Edexcel exams for any subject will be the same for either private or none private candidate since the exams take place in the same day across the world.

When Should I Arrange for my Exam?

Students should register for their examination at least six months prior to the exam day. You’d need to check with the British Council or any approved examination center by Pearson-Edexcel in your country of residence for the requirements for exam registration. Usually the examiner board such as Pearson-Edexcel or Cambridge set their exams in January and June of every year. The exams schedule for January and July series for each year usually can be found on the British Council website, or alternatively, you may source the information through simple Google search. 

Language of Assessment

Assessment of this specification will be available in English only. Assessment materials will be published in English only and all work submitted for examination and moderation must be produced in English.

Examination Centres

It is known that everywhere in the word student studies full time at a school sits her/his exams in the same school, but due to the popularity and demand for the British qualifications many examination boards such as Pearson-Edexcel and Cambridge International have allowed private candidates such as distance learners to be able to sit for their exams from their country of residence without the need to come to the UK to take those exams, this was dealt with by appointing some organizations in each country chosen by the examination boards (Pearson-Edexcel or Cambridge International) in order provide the exams location to the students. There are two options for distance learner where they can register and sit for their exams in their country of residence:

Option-1: Pearson-Edexcel Approved Exam Centres.

  • For Students in the UK click here.
  • For Student Outside the UK click here.

Option-2: British Council: Pearson-Edexcel and Cambridge work in a partnership with the British Council which allows students in many countries to be able to sit for their exams in the British Council as private candidates. To find more information about the British Council click here then choose your country from the dropdown menu. Please remember to inform them that you are a “Private Candidate” and would like to register for Pearson-Edexcel or Cambridge exams and provide them with exam name and code.

Explaining 9 to 1 Grading system for IGCSE

The IGCSE in any subject is evaluated based on grading system from grade 9 which is highest to grade 1 which is the lowest on the scale. All of the British universities and schools do not assess IGCSE student performance for admission purpose based on her/his marks or what percentage of the marks they achieved but they look at the grade they have achieved in their certificate of the qualification based on grading scale 9 to 1.
The idea can be simplified as in the following example, let's consider that there are two students, Andrew and Steve. Now consider that Andrew studied this IGCSE subject last year in a relatively easy exam and achieved 70% while the other student Steve has just finished studying the same subject this year in a very difficult exam but also achieved 70% same as Andrew in the last year.
Well, is it fair to consider the performance of both students to be the same? The answer is no!
Therefore, the British education system created what is called grading scale, which changes from year to year based on the difficulty of the exams. So in our example and to be fair for the student who faced difficult exam the awarding body decided that anyone who obtained score 70% this year in the difficult exam will have grade 7 compared to Andrew who achieved 70% in the easy exam last year and obtained grade 6 on the grading scale thus when the two students apply for a university admission where both marks show they achieved 70% in their qualifications the universities can still identify whose performance was better from their grade value, in this case Andrew performed better in his IGCSE since he achieved grade 7 compared to Andrew’s whose grade was 6.
The IGCSE level follows the grading system 1 to 9 since 2017 and superseded the old grading system A*to U with U means "unclassified" as the chart below shows:


Grading Scale IGCSE Meaning

How You Will Learn?

Upon enrolment you will be supplied with a comprehensive Study Guide that explains the primary matters of what you would need throughout your course, including an adjustable schedule that you can tailor and modify based on your other commitments and change in circumstances.
Your primary study place with OBA School will be our eLearning platform online, where all your course materials will be provided for you, where you will be able to communicate with your tutors and you colleagues students of the same course.
Our courses are available 24/7 online hence no matter where you live, you can learn with us!
Our courses are just as real as the full-time courses at a traditional school premises. There will be no paper pack to send to you by OBA to learn from that is because we at OBA do not believe studying from books in your own can be an effective way to learn for a distance learning student, rather we provide you with one of the best ways to learn from home through our online eLearning platform where you will find all your materials that include tutorial videos covers all of the curriculum lesson by lesson so you can watch your lessons and hear the explanation directly from the tutor as opposed to the old fashion of distance learning via silent reading IGCSE and A-level textbooks.

As a student with OBA School, you can benefit from the following services and advantages: 

1- 1- You will have all of the study materials 24/7 on our eLearning platform.
2- Every lesson from the curriculum is made available to you on a tutorial video format, you’ll have a full control, rewind and replay as many times as you like.
3- Animated simulations and interactive resources: These are stunning 2D and 3D animations, videos, imageries, voice-overs, texts and interactive activities and simulations available to you in our eLearning platform to ensure you acquire the new knowledge in easiest possible way through interaction and visualisation.
4- Lab and experiments for science-based courses: these resources include web-based learning activities for science subjects, in particular the biology and chemistry because these two subjects require gaining some lab skills and techniques in the curriculum. Again, OBA has gone extra mile by bringing to the doorsteps of its students the best virtual labs and experiments to ensure that they feel confident as any full-time student would feel in traditional schools./div>
5- For many of the courses you will have a digital copy of the books.
6- Ongoing internal exams and assignments similar to exams questions format. The goal of this is to continuously assess your progress and knowledge so you can identify your strong and week areas in the related course subject thus would allow you to work on improving your weak areas so by the time you sit for your exam you will be well prepared.
7- OBA will provide you with an adjustable study schedule in order for you to work at your own pace. Speeding up or slowing down by modifying your study schedule the way that suits you to meet up with your formal exam date accurately. 
8- You will have access to the student forum: it is a place in your course page online where you can address any question related to the course and discuss it with your students colleagues and tutors for discussion. Such forum is proven to be very helpful and beneficial tools for the students.
9- The content of the site will adapt to students’ requests and additional tutorials and examples will be added regularly based on students’ feedback and arising needs.
10- Top quality tuition guaranteed. All tutorials are designed and provided to you by qualified teachers.

We are so confident of our learning materials and we believe that the learning and supporting we offer to our students is equivalent to the traditional full-time school services if not more!

OBA Ongoing Internal Exams and Performance Assessment

With OBA you will have ongoing internal exams including end of chapter exams and self-mark assessments. These contain set of questions that are exam format which you would need to solve and submit for marking and feedback. Commitment to doing your internal exams with OBA is a key success as it will prepare you to a great extent for your formal exams as well as it will enable you and your tutor to measure your progress throughout the course. Please note that completing the course assignments will greatly increase your chances to achieve good marks.
Moreover, all marks you will achieve throughout the course will be stored in your grade table on the eLearning platform so you may refer to it whenever needed. These internal exams are provided to you to evaluate your progress and performance in order to help you throughout your course to keep eye on your performance and identify any weak area you have with the subject you’re studying and to prepare you for the final exam.
Please remember that any kind of internal exams you take with OBA School doesn’t count towards your final score. You will have one formal exam that will carry all your marks that you will see in your formal script and certificate that will be issued to you by the awarding body. This final exam is external i.e. you will sit for it in either of an approved examination center or the British Council. 

Support and Communications

As for your general inquiries and support, right from the onset you will be provided with a personal tutor who will support you throughout your course and be of reach in different ways to answer your inquiries.
While for your courses teaching support, you will get full support in several ways including the frequent virtual live-classes, emails, your course forum and chatting box, Skype or different type of chatting programs or phone calls. You will be given guidance in your study guide booklet on how approach any departments during your enrolment.

What I Need?

You will need a good internet connection, a good computer, a quality headset with built in microphone, study desk, chair, stationary and some notebooks, a quiet place with sufficient brightness to study from and most importantly you would need to create enough time to study your courses with an average of 5 hours a week for each IGCSE subject or each International A-level.

Enrollment and Payment Options

You can enrol online by making the following steps:  
Step One: you would need to go to OBA website to the course page you would like to enrol in and locate the section named as “Enrol Now”.
Step Two: Once you have selected your payment option to enrol you will be redirected to our PayPal payment page for you to select your payment method. You will then be asked to select whether you are a new or returning student, if you are new student you will be asked to fill out an enrolment form online, that would take less than ten minutes and it is done only once such that in the future if you would like to enrol in another course you won’t need to fill another form but instead when you will be asked to select if you are “a new student” or “a returning student” then select “a returning student” option which will take you directly to the payment page since the system now can recognises you.
Step Three: Once your payment is successful you will receive instantly a confirmation email with your account details, in addition to the “Study Guide” for your course.
Step four: Within 7 days (normally 48 hrs) a dedicated tutor will get in touch with you to introduce herself/ himself and initiate the first communication.

Alternatively, if you prefer to pay your course using bank transfer, then you can go to the online application page on our website by clicking here, fill it out and submit it online. After that within 2 business days one of our team will get in touch with you to provide you with the necessary steps and with OBA bank account. Once we receive the course fee into our bank account, we will email you your enrolment confirmation with your account details for direct entry to the courses you enrolled in and the “Study Guide” and shortly after that a dedicated tutor would get in touch with you to introduce her/himself to you and provide you with guidance and any support needed throughout your course.

Our Promise to You

Because at OBA School we want each and every one of our students to succeed in her/his studies, we would make you this promise; if for any reason you should fail your examination after you have completed all your internal exams and your mock exams with OBA, then we will provide you with an extension to your course and support at no extra charge until the next available examination comes up.

What Your Course Fees Doesn’t Cover

Course fees do NOT include examinations or arrangement fees which required to sit for your formal exams and are paid for either the examination centre whether it is Pearson-Edexcel Examination Approved Centre or the British Council in your country of residence.

That's it!
Thank you and we wish you all the best of luck with your studies!

What your Course Fees Doesn’t Cover

Course fees do NOT include examinations or arrangement fees which required to sit for your formal exams and are paid for either the examination centre whether it is Pearson-Edexcel Examination Approved Centre or the British Council in your country of residence.

That's it!
Thank you and we wish you all the best of luck with your studies!