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One hundred and twenty students have received Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards at ceremonies in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
The students came from 51 Cambridge schools throughout China, with 17 ‘High Achievement’ awards, 52 ‘Top in China’ awards, 48 ‘Top in the World’ awards and three ‘Best Across’ awards. This year, Mainland China saw a growth of 14% in entries for Cambridge International A Levels and Cambridge IGCSEs, with 71,955 entries from 22,320 candidates.
At the ceremonies, three winners shared their experiences of Cambridge programmes. They were Manqing Lin, winner of the ‘Top in China’ award for Cambridge International A Level History, Rui Cao, winner of the ‘Top in the World’ award for Cambridge International AS Level Mathematics and Jingyi Xu, winner of a ‘High Achievement’ award for Cambridge International A Level Music. They all expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to study on the Cambridge programme.
Jingyi, who has won the music award two years in a row, said: 'Participating in this programme has enabled me to make the best of my artistic talents.' Rui, who attends a public high school in Beijing, shared that view: 'The best thing about the Cambridge programme is that I have been able to follow my own interests in the subjects I love.'