An Accredited Academy

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Cambridge International Academy is accredited by the British Accreditation Council. BAC ensures the Academy's management and teaching meet the highest standards for independent further and higher education in the UK.  

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YOUR FAMILY IN CAMBRIDGE

The well-being of our students is at the core of our programmes. Our personnel structure ensures we get to know all our students very well. There is always someone ready to listen and help in the unlikely event of any of our students experiencing any kind of discomfort or problem.

MENTORING SYSTEM

A maximum of 12 students are assigned to a mentoring group. A designated mentor holds daily briefing and group activities in which the group get to know each other well in a relaxed, sociable environment.

POLICY FOR UNDER 18s

For our under 18 year old students, female and male students are housed separately and supervised by at least one member of staff. 
A 10pm curfew is strictly enforced for students under 18 years old and students must not leave their bedrooms after this hour.

SAFEGUARDING

All lecturers and staff involved in teaching and pastoral care must be appropriately qualified and provide bona fide references. They must also have undergone ‘Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service’ checks to ensure that they are suitable for employment in working with persons under 18 years old.

HOUSING & ACCOMMODATION

FORMAL HALL

We celebrate our students' success in style! Celebrating their graduation at a magnificent  Cambridge Formal Hall while enjoying a delicious four course dinner.

DAILY MEALS

All Cambridge courses include three meals a day. All meals are provided at Clare College’s self-service style student cafeteria. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all served with a range of hot dishes. 

ACCOMMODATION

Two students share a room with an en-suite bathroom in one of Clare College’s accommodation blocks. This is where Cambridge students live during term-time. These rooms are secure and located within the College grounds (protected 24/7 by the Porters in the Porters’ Lodge!). 

OVERNIGHT TRIPS

During outings students are housed in university rooms of the same standard as, or at, minimum 3-star hotels, if university accommodation is not available.

Breakfast and dinner are served at the hotel or university providing the accommodation. 

Lunch is normally served at the university or the venue the students are visiting that day. 

POLICIES & PROCEDURES

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Terms and Conditions

For residential programmes in Cambridge

Student Welfare Safeguarding

For residential programmes in Cambridge

Data Protection Privacy Policy

For all programmes and courses

Complaints Procedure

For all programmes and courses

Terms and Conditions

For online programmes

ELearning Safeguarding

For online programmes

eSafety Policy

For online programmes