The regional edition panel and map, present on many of the pages on this website, allow you to tailor your view of the Cambridge website to the region in which you live.
Each item of content on this website is labeled or tagged with the region it has most relevance to. If an item is considered to be relevant to all regions, we have labeled it as "International". By selecting a different edition (either by clicking the map or using the drop-down list below it), you can ensure that the content you view is most relevant to the region in which you live.
For example, if you live in Egypt, you may wish to select the Middle East and North Africa Edition. If you then navigate to the events section, you will notice that the only events listed are those coming up in your region or those which are not dependent on a fixed location, such as online events. If you were then to visit the news page, the most prominently displayed news items would be those most relevant to your region.
We hope that by giving you the option to tailor your content, we can save you time and help you get the most out of our website. If you do not wish to tailor the information you receive, stick with the International Edition, which is the default option, for a broad international perspective of our organisation.