Join The SAIntS Sixth Form
SAIntS Sixth Form offers the widest range of pre-university qualifications anywhere in Malawi. Each student can thus choose an academic programme individually tailored to their needs and goals.
In line with their counterparts in the UK, most SAIntS Sixth Formers study three subjects in Year 12, with the option to study a fourth available to the highest academic attainers.
NEW! From September 2021, we are expanding our Sixth Form curriculum with dedicated time allocated to enrichment opportunities such as the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), African Leadership Academy Model African Union, dedicated Universities & Careers guidance, and the prestigious SAIntS Sixth Form Diploma.
SAIntS students go on to attend the best universities all around the world, with the UK, South Africa, USA, Canada and Malawi being the most popular destinations. We are experienced in training our students in making their applications a cut above the rest and they often receive scholarships.
Every year, a SAIntS student who has chosen to study at Nottingham Trent University in the UK is awarded a £3,000 scholarship for their first year of study. Other scholarships are available for which SAIntS Sixth Formers are the only eligible students in Malawi.
Sixth Form Life
Our aim in Sixth Form is to equip our students to be self-reliant and successful at university and beyond. Sixth Formers are accorded more privileges and responsibilities, preparing them for adult life. The main features of Sixth Form life include:
- Independent study
- Individual support
- Amazing boarding facilities (optional)
- Leadership and enrichment opportunities
- Universities & careers guidance
- Scholarships (see below)
SAIntS Sixth Form Scholarships
Have you heard about our offer up to 75% discount on school fees?
These are available for students with exceptional IGCSE results to study at A Level. For more information and the applications form, please download the two pdf files linked on this page.
Not sitting your IGCSE examinations until October?
Don’t worry, we understand there have been many disruptions to learning throughout the pandemic and will accept scholarship applications based on your predicted grades so that you can start your A Level courses with us in September.
Applications are now closed