The Cambridge Institute of International Education is a Boston-based educational consulting firm committed to increasing international participation in American education, broadening its diversity, and strengthening the ability of institutions to educate students of different backgrounds and foster meaningful cultural exchanges.
The Cambridge Institute began its work in 2009 as The Cambridge Institute of China Business Research, offering comprehensive consulting services to American educational institutions. The Cambridge Network of partner schools has expanded to over 180 schools, served by seven Cambridge offices in three different countries: the United States, China, and South Korea. In addition, Cambridge has expanded its services in response to demand from other types of institutions and works with a growing number of public high schools, colleges, and universities. Since Fall 2010, The Cambridge Institute has generated over $44 Million in revenue for American private high schools, colleges, and universities and established itself as the industry leader in the development of sustainable international student programs. In 2011, The Cambridge Institute’s leadership team introduced The Cambridge Institute of International Education as its educational business identity.
- To increase the international profile of American educational institutions
- To improve educational outcomes of international students in the United States
- To promote cultural exchange by cultivating relationships among youth from the widest possible array of national and cultural backgrounds
The Cambridge Institute boasts a dynamic team of over 100 professionals based worldwide. We seek innovative individuals who have extensive experience studying or working abroad, a passion for international education, and a commitment to diversity.
At our Boston Head Office:
- 98% have lived or studied outside the United States, in over 27 countries on 5 continents
- 86% are fluent in at least one foreign language, including Spanish, French, Arabic, Urdu, Turkish, Japanese, Italian, German, Korean, Bulgarian, and Chinese (dialects: Mandarin, Cantonese, and Fujianese).