|Peter Monteath, Regional Director UK and Ireland, Cambridge International Examinations
|04 Jul 2017
Sixty One Whitehall
|£210 + VAT
Cambridge Assessment is sponsoring Westminster Education Forum’s timely seminar on the future for UK education abroad. The event will provide an opportunity for delegates to talk about the key challenges and opportunities that British schools could potentially face when establishing satellite campuses overseas, including the maintenance of high standards, teacher recruitment and protecting and enhancing brand.
At this seminar, delegates will hear from Peter Monteath, Regional Director for UK and Ireland from our international exam board Cambridge International Examinations. He will be one of the panel members for the session 'Growing UK education product and exports' and will talk about 'Developing qualifications to meet the needs of international markets'.
Peter will seek to address the different factors that drive the growth in international qualifications and illustrate how Cambridge has met that increase in demand through its flexibility of subject choice and assessment development. He will also explore practical issues that need addressing when dealing with the diverse requirements of more than 170 countries.
Visit the Westminster Education Forum website for more information and to book your place for the seminar.
In June 2016, Philip Parker, Head of Corporate Affairs, Cambridge International Examinations, spoke at a Westminster Education Forum seminar on Promoting UK education abroad
where he explained how the exam board develops qualifications for the rest of the world. Visit the blog
section of our website to read his blog on Developing international qualifications for schools worldwide
To learn more about our international programmes and qualifications, visit Cambridge International Examinations’ website.