This course will ensure students to be aware of global issues and offer opportunities to explore possible solutions through research, cooperation and collaboration. It promotes an open-minded approach to the complexities of the world and human existence. Students will understand global issues through the lense of global, national, local and personal perspective and how they are interconnected. This course emphasizes the development and acquisition of skills with topics acting as a vehicle to develop these skills.

There are 20 possible topics within IGCSE Global Perspectives:
  • Belief Systems
  • Biodiversity and Ecosystem
  • Climate Change
  • Conflict and Peace
  • Disease and Health
  • Education for All
  • Employment
  • Family and Demographic Change
  • Fuel and Energy
  • Human and Other Species
  • Language and Communication
  • Loss Law and Criminality
  • Poverty and Inequality
  • Sports and Recreation
  • Technology and Economic Divide
  • Trade and Aid
  • Tradition, Culture and Identity
  • Transportation and Infrastructure
  • Urbanization
  • Water, Food, and Agriculture