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21 Sep 2015
Education systems worldwide need to be adaptable, skills focused and learner centric to be fit for the future according to experts at the Cambridge Schools Conference.
08 Sep 2015
Our Chief Executive visited Argentina where he spoke at the ESSARP Conference, a forum designed for teachers and heads interested in bilingual education.
26 Aug 2015
More than 100 delegates from over 60 Cambridge schools welcomed our Chief Executive, Michael O’Sullivan at the Cambridge Schools Forum Malaysia on 29 July 2015.
17 Aug 2015
With the continued growth of Cambridge International AS & A Level, more students with Cambridge qualifications are applying to study at universities in Germany – from within Europe and beyond.
A case study from Arab Unity School, founded in 1974 in Dubai.
11 Aug 2015
More students than ever before will collect their Cambridge Assessment International Education results today, following a surge in popularity of Cambridge qualifications around the world.
03 Aug 2015
We are replacing our ‘Excellence in Education’ strapline with ‘Learn • Discover • Achieve’ from 3 August 2015. The new strapline describes the journey Cambridge students take as they grow and develop throughout their education. It reinforces our goal of preparing students for life.
15 Jul 2015
In this case study, the Royal Institute group of schools in Sri Lanka explains why they moved to a wholly Cambridge curriculum and how they gained parents’ support.
02 Jul 2015
Burcu Benderli joined us in June as our new Schools Development Manager for Europe.
15 Jun 2015
More than 100 principals of Cambridge schools attended the meeting on 11 June 2015 at the Affiliated High School of Renmin University of China.