APPROACH TO LEARNING
English is the language of instruction in all subjects and MCE, except specific Arabic language classes.
Starting from Year 1, students learn French as a second language.
MCE follows the National Curriculum for England from Pre- Nursery to Upper Sixth Form. Sixth Form pupils may choose to follow the IBDP curriculum for their final two years at the College.
Pupils will sit the IGCSE, AS/ A level or the IBDP examinations during their education in the Secondary School. Egyptian pupils will also sit the MOE examinations in their twelfth year of education at MCE.
MCE’s highly qualified academic staff encourage a scholarly approach in all our pupils and promote the habits and skills of independent as well as collaborative learners which will equip them not only for success at school but also at university and in their future careers.
MCE is committed to academically challenging all pupils, across all age and ability ranges. The goal of the College is to challenge the pupils to achieve outstanding academic results which will enable their admission to the most highly regarded universities both in the UK and internationally.
MCE encourages our pupils to take pride in themselves, their College and their academic successes, whilst maintaining a sense of humility, resilience, open mindless, kindness and integrity.