Key facts about Cambridge Assessment International Education

Cambridge Assessment International Education prepares school students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. We are part of the University of Cambridge. Our Cambridge Pathway gives students a clear path for educational success from age 5 to 19. • Over 10000 schools in over 160 countries around the world offer Cambridge qualifications. • We are a division of Cambridge Assessment, a not-for-profit organisation and part of the world renowned University of Cambridge. • The first Cambridge international exams were taken in Trinidad in…

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One man’s incredible story leads to better education in Cambodia

11th Dec, 2019   Feature story: The attendees at a recent Navitas Education Trust (NET) and Classroom of Hope event were privileged to hear guest speaker Bunrith Thy (Racky) tell his inspirational story. With great emotion, Racky recounted his experience of incredible suffering as a child in Cambodia in the 1970s. His remarkable story of survival against all odds, opened everyone’s eyes to how much the Cambodian people endured under the Khmer Rouge regime. But Racky’s story is about more than his personal journey of suffering and survival, it is also about…

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Language Schools England Top News 

WSE opens its first language centre in Vientiane, Laos

WSE opens its first language centre in Vientiane, Laos Press Release, August 28, 2018 Wimbledon School of English is delighted to announce the opening of a language centre in Vientiane, Laos, in partnership with the prestigious Panyathip International School, the British International School in Laos.  WSE Vientiane is the first British English language centre to open in Vientiane. The agreement between WSE and Panyathip was signed on Friday 24th August 2018 by Jane Dancaster, Managing Director of WSE, and Ms Pathana Panyathip, Founder and Director of Panyathip International School.  The signing was…

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SLC Launch Online General English Courses

Specialist Language Courses is delighted to announce the launch of a suite of online General English courses. There are 5 levels, from beginner (A1) to advanced (C2). Each level consists of 45 hours of integrated skills work – reading, listening, writing, communication – and 15 hours of grammar support and consolidation. Learners can download the accompanying grammar app, with 100s of screens of activity, and there are free lessons based on current newspaper articles uploaded every week. The integrated skills content includes web-based work, requiring learners to go to specific online…

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Startup Visa as a Pathway to Immigration

Startup Visa as a Pathway to Immigration Citizenship and Immigration Canada recently launched the Startup Visa as a pathway for immigrant entrepreneurs to startup their innovative businesses in Canada. The visa is intended to grant permanent residency to entrepreneurs provided that a designated organization (venture capital fund or angel investor group or business incubator) invests or accepts the business, providing guidance, support and funding. If an organization chooses to support a business idea, they will provide the applicant with a Letter of Support. What’s the catch? None! It a win-win situation. Launching…

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Liden & Denz celebrates 25 years in style

Liden & Denz celebrates 25 years in style   This week, Liden & Denz celebrated its 25th anniversary with a lavish gala at the Olympia concert hall in St. Petersburg, the city where the Russian language provider opened its first campus in 1992. The 120 invited guests enjoyed a glamorous evening with Russian ballet, tenors and an amazing string quartet entertaining the audience with music from Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev and Borodin. One of the highlights of the evening was the official launch of Liden & Denz’ newest campus in Irkutsk in…

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30 Years of Erasmus Top News 

30 Years of Erasmus

30 Years of Erasmus On 26th January, the European Commission launched the celebrations for the 30th anniversary of Erasmus+. The campaign kicked off with a festive launch at the Parliamentarium in Brussels. 2017 marks the 30th anniversary of Erasmus – one of the most successful programmes of the European Union. Established in 1987 as a student exchange programme, it has since given 9 million the chance to live abroad. Over the years, the programme has continuously grown, bringing all the EU’s schemes for education, training, youth and sport mobility under one banner. Today, Erasmus+ brings far-reaching benefits…

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International House Darwin - sun and fun on the beach Language Schools Australia Top News 

IH International House Darwin

IH International House Darwin International House Darwin is located on the BCA National Darwin campus in Parap, a lovely suburb of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. The campus is a 15 minute bus ride from Darwin’s Central Business District CBD.  With student residential accommodation nearby, markets outside the campus on weekends, and plenty of jobs available for students, Darwin is an opportunity to learn more about Australian culture, explore regional Australia and meet the friendly and welcoming people that reside in the Northern Territory. IH Darwin set to open its doors…

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Liden & Denz opens Russian language centre in Irkutsk, Siberia!

Liden & Denz opens Russian language centre in Irkutsk, Siberia! Liden & Denz Intercultural Institute of Languages will open a new campus in Irkutsk in Eastern Siberia – just before summer 2017. After St.Petersburg, Moscow and Riga, this language centre in Irkutsk will be our fourth study destination and our first in Asia! Irkutsk is 5000 km east of Moscow – a six hour flight from the Russian capital. By contrast, Irkutsk-Beijing will take less than 3 hours. Originally founded in the 17th century as a Cossack fortress, Irkutsk came…

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English UK News Things to to in Winter Language Schools England Top News 


WHAT TO DO IN JANUARY: THE UK FOR WINTER VISITORS AND STUDENTS Winter can be one of the nicest times to visit the UK or study here. There are plenty of festivals and events, and it can be a beautiful time of year to spend time in the countryside or shopping under the festive lights. And even if there’s nothing happening, our pubs and restaurants are warm and friendly, with open fires, warm drinks and good food. Festivals and events in January The Haxey Hood in Lincolnshire on 6 January…

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