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We listen to and involve our global community of schools to ensure they have the support they need and that our programmes are rigorous, relevant and world class. The International Education Advisory Board is part of our drive to work even more closely with our school community to help us improve what we do.
The Advisory Board:
Principals serve a two-year term to ensure many of our schools get the chance to be members.
Cambridge International is represented by Juliet Wilson, Interim Director, International Network and Tristian Stobie Director, Education who chairs the meetings.
The International Education Advisory Board meets face to face in Cambridge for two days immediately before the September Cambridge Schools Conference. This enables Board members to attend the conference if they want. The Board also has occasional online meetings to discuss specific issues.
The Board is made up of nine Cambridge principals representing the following regions/countries:
No. Board members receive travel and accommodation expenses only.