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02 Mar 2020
A quarter of students in the UAE voted climate change as the single biggest issue facing the world today (24%), followed by pollution (16%), in Cambridge International’s first ever Global Perspectives survey.
According to new research by Cambridge International, young people in South Africa say climate change is the single biggest issue affecting the world today and almost all believe they should be learning about it in school.
Young people in India are proactively taking action to tackle global issues such as climate change and say they want to pursue careers where they can make a difference, according to new research from Cambridge International.
Young people in Indonesia say pollution is the biggest issue affecting the world today and are proactively taking action to tackle it, according to new research from Cambridge International.
Young people in Malaysia are proactively taking action to tackle global issues and say they want to pursue careers that make a difference, according to new research from Cambridge Assessment International Education (Cambridge International).
27 Feb 2020
Students in a global survey have singled out climate change as the most important issue facing the world, with over a quarter (26%) placing it ahead of issues like poverty and pollution. This is even more pronounced among students surveyed in the UK, where almost half (45%) believe that climate change is the single biggest issue, followed by poverty and economic equality (12%) and pollution including plastic waste (11%).
26 Feb 2020
More than 100 school leaders from 15 regions in Italy came together at the British Ambassador’s residence in Rome for our first ever Principals’ Forum.
24 Feb 2020
Cambridge International Director Lee Davis is to join an expert panel at an event hosted by the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, and supported by Salesforce, on Thursday 5 March 2020
30 Jan 2020
We are offering a 20 per cent discount on our Cambridge Schools Conference in Orlando, USA, if you book by 16 March 2020. Early-bird tickets are priced at £348/$486.40 per person.
27 Jan 2020
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