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20 Mar 2020
To all our teachers, students, staff and leaders at our schools around the world, I would like to send my warmest wishes at this most uncertain and unprecedented of times.
15 Mar 2020
Saul Nassé has conducted his first visit to the Sub-Saharan Africa region since he assumed his role as Group Chief Executive, Cambridge Assessment.
11 Mar 2020
Cambridge Assessment International Education hosted the inaugural South African Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards at a ceremony held earlier this week at The Venue Melrose Arch in Johannesburg.
04 Mar 2020
In an interconnected world, the need to develop global outlook is more important than ever. Today’s students are required to appreciate diverse perspectives, adapt to different cultures and understand the impact of global events on their lives.
03 Mar 2020
Young people in the United States are proactively taking action to tackle global issues and say they want to pursue careers where they can make a difference, according to new research from Cambridge International.
02 Mar 2020
Young people in Spain are proactively taking action to tackle global issues, and say they want to pursue careers where they can make a difference, according to new research from Cambridge International.
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.