Cambridge University Plans To Expand Its Presence In India

By Consultants Review Team Friday, 23 February 2024

In the following three years, Cambridge International hopes to expand its presence in India to 1,000 schools and 500,000 students. A recent visit to India was announced by Mr. Rod Smith, Group Managing Director of International Education at Cambridge University Press and Assessment (CUP&A). A division of Cambridge University in the UK is Cambridge University Press and Assessment.

In keeping with industry standards, Cambridge University Press and Assessment has also established strategic partnerships with a number of universities to address English language skills. Proficiency in a language is becoming more and more necessary for success in the global labor market. Through collaboration with esteemed organizations, the CUP&A has created programs that help students improve their communication skills and go one step closer to their dream jobs. 

There is an increasing need for educational institutions to take the lead in matching business demands with curriculum, emphasizing personality development and holistic skills, as the employment market becomes more active. Cambridge's programs are made to develop skills that are applicable across borders, inspiring students to pursue a variety of interests and increase their opportunities.

Aware of the critical role educators play in influencing the course of history, Cambridge International hopes to provide 50,000 educators with improved training and tools for the classroom in the next three years. As the use of foreign curricula in India increases, Cambridge Education is preparing to establish an environment that may support the goals of both parents and students.

In a statement, Arun Rajamani, managing director of Cambridge University Press and Assessment, South Asia, stated that the Indian education system is becoming more globally oriented. At the moment, parents' goals encompass not just the global market but also India. To pursue higher education and enroll in prestigious colleges, students are relocating to various states or large cities regularly. 

Cambridge meets the needs of its students by offering flexible curriculum alternatives at every level that may be adjusted to meet the demanding demands of the local educational system. For even more growth, we can expand our services to nearby partner schools.


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