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08 Dec 2016
Feyza Aribas, Head of English at TED Ankara College in Turkey, is proud to be involved with her school’s initiative to extend Cambridge qualifications to younger learners. She recently shared her experience with us.
We held a number of principals’ networking events around the Gulf region in October, including in Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh, Muscat, and – for the first time – Bahrain. Over 250 school leaders attended the forums from Cambridge schools and schools aspiring to work with Cambridge.
30 Nov 2016
Cambridge schools gathered at the Residence of the British Ambassador in Bogota on 17 November to celebrate Cambridge Assessment International Education’ tenth year in Colombia working in collaboration with the British Council.
22 Nov 2016
On Tuesday 15 November, we hosted our first ever Cambridge Principals Forum for schools in Denmark at the British Embassy in Copenhagen. We welcomed over 30 school leaders, representing both prospect and existing Cambridge schools from around Denmark.
07 Nov 2016
We are delighted to announce our Customer Services team is now available 24 hours a day, six days a week. This means that no matter where in the world you are, you can call us at a time that is convenient to you.
03 Nov 2016
At a recent ceremony in Yerevan, certificates were awarded to the first students in Armenia to take the Araratian Baccalaureate (AB), a new Armenian-language qualification produced in partnership with Cambridge Assessment International Education.
26 Oct 2016
Bangalore International School (BIS) in India prides itself on its truly international approach, where staff (representing over 22 countries) teach around 550 students.
27 Sep 2016
A new survey has found that higher education admissions officers are extremely enthusiastic about the benefits of Cambridge in equipping students for university.
22 Sep 2016
The oldest private school in Iceland has become the country’s first Cambridge school. Landakotsskóli, established in 1897, now offers Cambridge IGCSEs to 30 students representing 14 nationalities.
A record number of Cambridge exams were taken in North America in 2015/16. The total number of Cambridge schools in North America has grown by 11 per cent to date in the last year. The total number of schools administering the Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) program jumped 22 per cent in the same period.