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10 Aug 2017
Admissions staff from 12 leading US universities came to Cambridge in July to advise on strategies to extend the recognition of Cambridge qualifications in North America, and hear the latest news and research about our programmes.
28 Jul 2017
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04 Jul 2017
Simon Lebus, Chief Executive of our parent organisation, Cambridge Assessment, is to leave the organisation in March 2018.
27 Jun 2017
In May, 220 school leaders and teachers from over 35 schools in Turkey discussed the future of education at TED Ankara College’s fourth annual Cambridge Day.
23 Jun 2017
In May, 35 school leaders took part in our first forum in Central and Eastern Europe at the British Embassy in Bucharest, Romania.
The value of a British education in Spanish schools is on the increase, said Simon Manley CMG, British Ambassador to Spain, at a Principals Forum in May in Madrid.
21 Jun 2017
We are delighted to welcome Suhaimy Hassan, who has joined us as Senior Education Advisor, Southeast Asia & Pacific.
Vietnam National University - University of Social Sciences and Humanities (VNU-USSH) is the latest in a number of state universities in Vietnam that are welcoming students who have gained Cambridge International A Level qualifications.
19 Jun 2017
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Zhao Jing as our new Regional Director for East Asia. Based in Beijing, Dr Zhao will lead the Cambridge team in East Asia to strengthen and build relationships with schools, universities, key educational institutions and government authorities in China and the wider East Asia region, including Japan, Mongolia and the Republic of Korea.
23 May 2017
The VII Annual Schools Conference, organized by the British Council Colombia, brought together more than 130 delegates from 36 Colombian Associate Schools that implement Cambridge Assessment International Education programmes. It was held over the last three days of March at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and the Gimnasio Colombo Británico in Bogotá.