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07 Dec 2018
Students from across Malaysia have done their country proud with more than 200 award winners from 58 schools being named top achievers at the Cambridge Assessment International Education’s Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards.
28 Nov 2018
Malaysian teachers love their jobs and are amongst the most dedicated in the world for ensuring their students excel academically, according to the first ever Global Education Census.
27 Nov 2018
Indonesian students love technology—and not just social media, according to new research by Cambridge International, the first ever Global Education Census.
22 Nov 2018
Indian students cram more activities into their schedules than their peers in the 10 countries surveyed for Cambridge International’s Global Education Census 2018.
20 Nov 2018
Half of students in Saudi Arabia now regularly use computers during lessons at school according to a new survey by Cambridge International.
According to new research by Cambridge International, 85% of South African students aspire to continue their studies at university once they have left a school.
15 Nov 2018
According to the Global Education Census carried out by Cambridge International, more than half (64%) of Spanish school students between the ages of 12 and 19 use a smartphone to complete their homework.
14 Nov 2018
Cambridge International, the world’s largest provider of international education programs, today released the findings from the inaugural Global Education Census, an international survey designed to find out what life is like in schools around the world today for students aged 12-19 and their teachers.
13 Nov 2018
More than a third of students (37%) worldwide don’t exercise at school, according to new research by Cambridge International. What’s more, girls are less likely than boys to play sport at school, with two in five female students (41%) saying they don’t take part in school sports, versus 28% of male students.
31 Oct 2018
We held two workshops in China recently to give Cambridge teachers from different schools the opportunity to share ideas, and develop their understanding of how to deliver Cambridge programmes.