Enterprise (GCSE)

Enterprise (GCSE)

Sixth Form Overview

Students aged 17-18 years old

Course Outline

IGCSE Enterprise is a two-year course (50% course work/ 50% exam). IGCSE Enterprise is a unique syllabus that brings the world of business into the classroom and gives learners a clear insight into what it means to think like an entrepreneur.

Topics Studied

Identifying your project – setting up a new enterprise, skills, opportunities and risks, market research
Planning your project – Business plan, action plan, sources of finance, accounts and marketing
Implementing your project – Whole school trade event, negotiation, communication, help and support
Evaluating your project – Evaluation

How it’s assessed

Component 1 - Coursework

  • 60 marks
  •  Portfolio of evidence based on candidate’s enterprise
    activity or project
  •  Internally assessed/externally moderated

Component 2 – Coursework

  • 100 marks
  •  Short-answer, structured and more pen-ended questions
  •  The paper is based on a pre-released case study

Why choose it?

We ask learners to adopt the thoughts and actions of entrepreneurs, developing their knowledge and understanding of the
practicalities of setting up and running their own new enterprise. IGCSE Enterprise equips learners with a range of vital life skills for
use in planning and organisation, communication and financial management.

  • Exam Board Cambridge International
  • Course Code 0454
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