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Cambridge International Chief Executive Michael O’Sullivan and Andrew Coombe, Director, International Network, recently visited China and Hong Kong to support a programme of events for Cambridge schools, including Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award ceremonies.
In Dalian, north east China, they attended a College Fair for school career counsellors. Organised by Cambridge International’s East Asia team with Dalian No.24 Middle School, the fair brought together 24 universities from around the world, including the UK, Japan, Switzerland, Australia and the US, which are all keen to recruit Cambridge students from Chinese schools.
Michael O’Sullivan and Andrew Coombe attended three Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award ceremonies during their trip. The event in Shanghai celebrated 123 winners from the north and east of China, alongside their parents, teachers and school leaders.
At the awards ceremony in Shenzhen, held at Shenzen College of International Education, there were 67 winners from south China, while at the Hong Kong event, held at Po Leung Kuk Choi Kai Yau School, there were 52 winners.