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13 Feb 2018
Michael O’Sullivan, our Chief Executive, is to leave Cambridge International later this year after five years with the organisation. During this time Michael has led continuous development of our work in education, growing the range of services we offer to schools and ministries of education worldwide, and substantially building up our international network of Cambridge representatives to support schools locally.
09 Feb 2018
Cambridge principals and teachers found out about important curriculum updates at three Principals Forums held in cities across Pakistan.
10 Jan 2018
Delegates at two Principals Forums in South Africa heard about the latest Cambridge developments and the recognition of Cambridge qualifications in the country, the region and the world.
12 Dec 2017
British Council Ghana held its 8th annual awards night to recognise students from its partner schools who excelled in the June 2017 Cambridge exam series on 17 November 2017 in Accra.
01 Dec 2017
Outstanding Cambridge learner Wendi Ji, a student at Shenzhen College of International Education, gave an inspiring speech at a recent Cambridge awards ceremony, highlighting the importance of practical science in her Cambridge International A Level studies: 'Many people asked me what is my favourite class,’ she said in her speech: 'I tell them 'the lab-based class', because that is when I feel like a scientist.'
28 Nov 2017
Emotions were running high this week as students, parents and schools celebrated the results of the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards, Malaysia
08 Nov 2017
One hundred and twenty students have received Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards at ceremonies in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
19 Oct 2017
Fourteen Hyderabad-based schools attended a Cambridge School Community meeting at Rockwell School in Hyderabad, India on Saturday 7 October 2017.
13 Oct 2017
Collaboration is one of the key skills that will enable students to work in a fast-paced, ever-changing world. Two Cambridge-affiliated schools – Generation Schools in South Africa and Enko Nyamunda International School in Mozambique – recently had a unique opportunity to put their collaborative skills into practice.
11 Oct 2017
Cambridge International held face-to-face training in Abuja, Nigeria, for the first time recently – a decision greatly welcomed by local teachers who would usually travel to Lagos or outside Nigeria for training courses.