Every year, the British Council and Cambridge Assessment International Education organises the British Council Recognition and Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award (BROCLA) to celebrate and reward the exceptional performance of Nigerian learners in various Cambridge examinations conducted by the British Council. At this year’s edition, we awarded a total of 110 learners from 45 schools across Nigeria, for achieving top scores in their Cambridge IGCSEs, O Levels, AS, and A Levels.

Also notable at this year’s BROCLA was the achievement of 11 students from 8 schools in Nigeria, who obtained the highest marks in the world, in different subjects; a feat that demonstrates the resilience and excellence of the Nigerian spirit, of which we are truly proud.

The award ceremony was attended by the Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Folasade Adefisayo, who commended the British Council’s partnership with Cambridge in enabling the academic excellence of Nigerian learners. She also acknowledged the quality of the Cambridge curriculum and its impact on education in Nigeria as a whole; highlighting the ongoing collaboration between the government and the British Council to improve the current Nigerian academic curriculum.

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Every year, we help over 100,000 Nigerians sit their international exams across different categories and for different purposes, including language tests Like IELTS and Aptis, which continue to facilitate the fulfillment of the professional and academic dreams of many. We are excited not only about the success of BROCLA 2022, but also about the impact we are having on the lives of Nigerians in their pursuit of greatness, for which they are well-known.

While this year’s BROCLA winners set off to achieve their goals; creating opportunities at home or developing international careers abroad, our team continues to work tirelessly to help more students achieve success in their academic pursuits and in life. To learn more about the Cambridge school exams delivered by the British Council in Nigeria, click here.

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