The 6th Cambridge Assessment conference took place on 10 October 2012, at Downing College, Cambridge. Downing is a College of the University of Cambridge which was founded in 1800 through a bequest made by Sir George Downing. It is home to a lively and diverse scholarly community, including about 420 undergraduates, 220 graduates and 54 fellows, supported by over 130 staff. The College’s beautiful neo-classical buildings are set in spacious and peaceful gardens in the centre of Cambridge, close to many university departments.
Maps and directions
Downing College is conveniently located within a 20 minute walk from Cambridge station.
Delegates who wish to stay for the evening or overnight will be able to find restaurants or accommodation nearby. Overnight accommodation should be booked separately by delegates themselves. A list of hotels is available on request from the Network team.