The training lasts four years and is structured as follows: in the first two years the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is acquired. This is a general education course with six subjects (English, Maths, Science, Foreign Language, German, History). In the following one or two years students expand their skills in three to four Advanced Level subjects which are selected according to the subject (Tech/Science/Business).
The International A-Levels ignore unnecessary knowledge. They focus on relevant and interesting teaching materials that are close to reality. The contents are project-oriented, practice-relevant, inspire critical thinking and the advantage of International A-levels is that they allow students to focus in an in-depth manner on subjects which are important to their career and interests. Much of the content is project-based and practice-relevant, encourages critical thinking and promotes the conversion of knowledge to competence. The degree of employment in the company can be chosen by the company from 40–60 %. This can also vary and will be discussed in the preliminary discussions with the company. The company is also free to focus on training as there are no regulations in this regard.