What is Edexcel?
Edexcel is a qualification brand for academic and generation qualifications from Pearson, and is one of the UK’s largest awarding bodies. Offering A-level courses, GCSE courses and vocational qualifications in schools, colleges, and workplaces in the UK and abroad, they are a multinational education and examination body. The name is a portmanteau term combining the EDucation and EXCELlence involved in the creation of their qualifications!
Edexcel qualifications are world-class academic and general qualifications from Pearson, which include GCSEs, A-levels, IGCSEs, NVQs and Functional Skills.
Oxbridge have chosen to run courses that follow the Edexcel syllabus because they are best suited to online learning and distance learning. Meaning they can be conveniently studied, anywhere, any time. Ultimately meaning that we can contnue our mission of providing quality and accessible education to everyone. These courses are therefore a great choice for international students.
The History of Edexcel
Beginning as an awarding organisation following the merger of London Examinations and BTEC in 1996, they have been helping people succeed in life through learning for over two decades. In 2003, the Edexcel Foundation formed a partnership with Pearson plc to set up a new company called London Qualifications Ltd. London Qualifications Limited changed its name to Edexcel Limited in November 2004. In 2005, they became the only large examination board to be held in private hands, when Pearson plc took complete control of the company. Today, they combine a progressive approach with international content, empowering learners to achieve their full potential through Online GCSE courses, IGCSE courses, Online A-levels, functional skills qualifications, and more.
Oxbridge courses following the syllabus