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29 Mar 2019
More than 220 school leaders from over 150 Cambridge schools met at the Pakistan Schools Conference in Karachi where Cambridge International’s Chief Executive Christine Özden stressed that 'achievement and wellbeing go hand in hand'.
21 Mar 2019
Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School becomes first school in Indian state of Nagaland to offer Cambridge international curriculum.
13 Mar 2019
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11 Mar 2019
Students from across Indonesia celebrated their academic achievements at a recent Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards ceremony in Jakarta.
07 Mar 2019
An impressive crop of New Zealand secondary school students, including 30 Top in World award winners, were honoured at a recent Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards ceremony.
21 Feb 2019
Professor Phung Xuan Nha, Vietnam’s Minister of Education and Training, visited Cambridge International’s headquarters to oversee the signing of an agreement that will see Cambridge International’s qualifications more widely adopted in his country.
19 Feb 2019
A series of successful events for Cambridge schools has taken place in China over the past two months, organised by Cambridge School Communities and supported by our East Asia team.
18 Feb 2019
Cambridge programmes are best taught using an active learning approach. For Cambridge International, active learning means that learners take increasing responsibility for their learning, and that teachers are enablers and activators of learning, rather than lecturers or deliverers of ideas.
15 Feb 2019
We have announced a new way for Cambridge schools in India to broaden their offering to learners by teaming up with the International Award for Young People (IAYP).
Cambridge schools gave a warm welcome to Christine Özden during a recent trip to India, her first overseas visit since taking on the role of Chief Executive of Cambridge International.