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05 Nov 2019
Cambridge Assessment International Education welcomes today’s report published by England’s Department for Education (DfE).
This report shows clearly that Cambridge IGCSE is the same standard as GCSEs in England. As the Minister for School Standards, Nick Gibb MP, says in his letter to the UK House of Commons Education Select Committee, the DfE has found “no evidence of systematic differences in standard between Cambridge’s IGCSEs and GCSEs”.
04 Nov 2019
An independent study by UK NARIC, the UK’s national agency for the recognition and comparison of international qualifications and skills, has found that the Cambridge IGCSE can be considered of a comparable level to the reformed GCSE in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This latest study builds upon findings in 2016 which found Cambridge IGCSE demonstrated overall comparability to UK GCSE standard and Cambridge International AS & A Level to UK A Level standard.
22 Oct 2019
Primary students in Zimbabwe are benefitting from a new Innovation Hub thanks to a project designed to introduce them to technology and the life-changing opportunities it creates.
21 Oct 2019
Cambridge International, East China Normal University Education System (ECNU Education System) and Dipont Education have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on the professional development of Chinese bilingual teachers in Shanghai.
16 Oct 2019
An international school in Saudi Arabia has moved exclusively to using Cambridge International examinations to ease learners’ progress from Cambridge IGCSE to Cambridge International A Level.
08 Oct 2019
One of our main goals at Cambridge International is to prepare students for life. Education is not just about studying a set of subjects and taking exams. It’s also about developing students holistically – supporting their different interests and giving them opportunities to find out where their strengths lie.
04 Oct 2019
Delegates from over 240 schools representing 59 countries attended the first Cambridge Schools Conference of the 2019/20 series focussing on 'Evaluating Impact: How effective is our school and classroom practice?'
26 Sep 2019
23 Sep 2019
We have extended our Cambridge Primary and Lower Secondary programmes with the addition of four new subjects. They are Art & Design, Digital Literacy, Music and Physical Education, giving our schools a broad and balanced curriculum.