WELCOME TO myIGCSE Learning Centre


myIGCSE offers quality courses all year round, full day tutorial for IGCSE, social/extra curricular activities, as well as bridging programmes

Quality Education

The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is an internationally recognised curriculum (based on the U.K. MOE), intended to prepare students for their A-Levels. myIGCSE offers IGCSE quality courses all year round.


Our teachers do not merely deliver core curriculum topics. Our classroom activities are structured to lead our students towards an awareness that they are in full control of their own learning process. We train them to be not passive students but student presenters who are able to integrate knowledge, apply it to real-life situations and present it to an audience.


Our bridging programmes are two(2) hours per week for one subject. Fun and ideal for students who want to go that extra mile in learning!


In myIGCSE we try to create more fun activities for the students to learn beyond the books, gain more experients and relieve stress, because we know that studying can be a little stressful.

As Creative


After a successful pilot programme with Malaysia’s Learning Adventure Resource Network in 2015, we were delighted to be asked back to Petaling Jaya in the summer of 2016 to represent as creatives again. This second programme was to see five days of creative learning workshops, exploring maths, literacy, science and history, with a group of children and young people from seven to fifteen years of age.

S.P.C.A Pet Care Programme

1 March 2016

As part of the extra-curricular activities in myIGCSE Learning Centre, our staff member, Dr.Kuhen T. has organised a half-day Pet Care Programme on the 1st of March 2016. The S.P.C.A Pet Care Programme is specially designed to teach prospective/current pet owners the essential knowledge and skills required to safely and responsibly handle pets. Even if you do not plan on owning a pet, the information you attain from this programme is valuable. The aim of this programme is to promote responsible pet ownership, and encourage volunteers to be active agents of change in their communities.

Dissecting a real animal

28 January 2016

Thursday, 28 January 2016, proved quite eventful for our Seniors as our Science teacher, Dr Kuhen had promised to step outside of the realm of textbook models and diagrams in favour of the experience of dissecting real animal material. Of course the issue may have the potential of making some students feel uncomfortable because they may feel they are being forced to cut into a carcass that may have been specifically killed for study. However, as the dissection was of a goat's heart, the issue did not prove to be a very weighty one. None of our Senior class opted out of handling the goats' hearts that were brought in by the good doctor from his trusty butcher's. Eleven hearts in all, gingerly handled at first, with a few obligatory “eewwws.” However, the novelty of the initial tactile contact soon wore off and all were very quickly ready for the CSI task in front of them. A quick reminder on safety and hygiene issues dispensed with, latex gloves snapped on, masks secured and knives at the ready (and for some, plastic ponchos and aprons in case of blood and tissue splatter), most of the class soon dug into the hearts with the seasoned efficiency of stockyard interns. Credit goes to Dr Kuhen who gave out clear instructions and lent a hand whenever the going got tough, as it did for some of the students who balked at cutting into animal tissue. Others worked with such deft gusto that observers soon found themselves going round to the rapt scientists, mopping brows and adjusting wayward masks. It was no walk in the park though as Dr Kuhen expected the class to demonstrate clear understanding and knowledge of the heart's anatomy by throwing out questions after each task had been handled. The dissection was hands-on observational approach that clearly fascinated students open to educational practical experiences.


All of our courses will be taught in English and meet the IGCSE standards. As the teaching of writing is a statutory requirement in the UK, our activities are structured to support and encourage compositional writing skills. Our materials have been carefully chosen to reflect the symbiosis between writing and reading. Our students are taught to write independently from the outset.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Geography
  • History
  • Art
  • Thinking Skills
  • Malay - Foreign Language (Year 4 Onwards)
  • Mandarin (Optional)
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Geography
  • History
  • Art
  • Thinking Skills
  • Malay - Foreign Language
  • Mandarin (Optional)

Academic Calendar 2018/2019

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School Hours: Monday - Friday (9.00AM - 3.45PM)

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Our Location

Unit 2-2, Children's Creativity Centre 48 Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



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