Ben Schmidt
By Ben Schmidt

After serving as Regional Director for Southeast Asia & Pacific for ten years, Ben Schmidt assumed the role of Global Director International Network within Cambridge International Education in 2022. He leads the regional and central teams who drive business development and support schools in the adoption of Cambridge qualifications and resources worldwide. Ben is a trained lawyer with a master’s degree in education and a doctorate in philosophy. Prior to joining Cambridge he worked in various management and consultancy roles in education, both in the UK and internationally. His first job was as a lecturer at the University of Zurich in Switzerland.

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Cambridge International South East Asia and Pacific
By Cambridge International South East Asia and Pacific

Our South East Asia and Pacific team are based in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and, New Zealand.

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Cambridge International US Recognitions Team
By Cambridge International US Recognitions Team

The Cambridge International US Recognitions Team works with higher education institutions across the North America region to develop comprehensive learning policies and agreements that acknowledge and skills and experiences demonstrated by Cambridge students who apply to US universities.

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Cambridge Outlook magazine
By Cambridge Outlook magazine

Cambridge Outlook, published three times a year, is for Cambridge schools worldwide. Every issue of the magazine explores an educational theme, with contributions from teachers, school leaders and academics. The magazine also includes all the latest information about events, training and teacher support.

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Carol Hinde
By Carol Hinde

Carol Hinde teaches Cambridge Global Perspectives, science and biology at Chisipite Senior School, Harare, a leading private girls’ school in Zimbabwe with 600 learners. It was founded in 1954 and prides itself on offering a holistic education giving learners the opportunity to embrace traditional and modern academic subjects.

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Christine Özden
By Christine Özden

Christine Özden was appointed as the first ever global director for climate education at Cambridge University Press and Assessment. Christine moved into the role after almost four years as Chief Executive of Cambridge International, successfully leading our organisation through its biggest ever exam series in 2022.

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Conrad Hughes
By Conrad Hughes

Conrad Hughes (MA, PhD, EdD) is Campus and Secondary Principal at the International School of Geneva, La Grande Boissière, where he teaches philosophy. He is a UNESCO International Bureau of Education Senior Fellow, research associate with the University of Geneva’s Education and Psychology department and member of the Education Board for the University of the People. Conrad’s most recent books are Understanding Prejudice and Education: The Challenge for Future Generations (Routledge) and Educating for the 21st Century: Seven Global Challenges (Brill).

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