AP & CBP Course
APU American International School is authorized to teach Advanced Placement (AP) courses by the College Board. Advanced Placement (AP) is an American program that provides college curriculum and exams for high school. U.S. colleges and universities rely on AP results to consider admissions and accept credit for students who score well on exams. Typically, AP courses are for 11th and 12th graders, or in some cases for 10th graders with strong academic and academic abilities.
The AP curriculum for each of the different subjects is created by the College Board by a panel of college-level experts and educators in that field of study. Taking the AP exam can help students save time, money, and stand out when applying to American universities.
University Bridge (CBP)
Dual Enrollment Program with University of Missouri-Kansas City
APU American International School and the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) have partnered to create a unique accelerated program for high school students and recent graduates in Vietnam. Students accepted into the College Bridge Program (CBP) can earn one semester, one year, or more U.S. college credits while enrolled in high school courses or recent high school graduates.
Our University Bridge (CBP) is the only program of its kind in Vietnam. APU has more than a decade of providing quality American education in Vietnam, and UMKC is among the top 200 National Universities in the United States. Partnering with UMKC gives APU students an elite edge for the future of higher education in Vietnam or in the US.
Solid foundation in University
For students not studying at APU:
APU students are exempt
Students participating in the CBP program
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