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Common App – an online system for applying to US universities – has recently updated its application to include Cambridge International programmes. It means that Cambridge students can now better showcase their hard work to colleges and universities.
'With this update to the Common App, Cambridge high school students will be better, and more fairly, represented when applying to over 900 colleges,' said Mark Cavone, Regional Director, North America, Cambridge International. 'Many Cambridge students in the US are low income and first generation, and we believe they deserve every opportunity to demonstrate their hard work and accomplishments. We were thrilled to partner with Common App to further their mission to promote access, equity, and integrity in the college admissions process for all students.'
As a global organisation with a 160-year history as part of the University of Cambridge, Cambridge International partners with schools and education bodies around the world with a shared goal of making education transformation a reality. More than 400 high schools in the US now use the Cambridge Advanced programme, which includes the Cambridge AICE Diploma and Cambridge International AS & A Levels.
US school and district demand for Cambridge International has been driven by their programme alignment to state and local equity priorities. In particular, the expansion of advanced course offerings and increasing access for underrepresented students with the support they need to succeed. The update to Common App reflects this expansion of the Cambridge programme in the U.S.
Common App is a not-for-profit organisation committed to the pursuit of access, equity, and integrity in the college admission process. Each year, more than one million students, one-third of whom are first-generation, apply to college through the Common App's online application. Founded in 1975, Common App serves over 900 member colleges and universities worldwide.
Learn more about Cambridge International in the US