Peter Radoja is the British Director of the Cambridge International School. His honours BSc degree at Imperial College London was followed by a number of years in industry, rising to become Senior Chemist with a major company in South Africa. Deciding to become an educator, he returned to England and trained at the University of Keele. During a career as a teacher of Mathematics, he earned a Master's degree with distinction at the University of Leeds. A further Master's in Education and an MBA both at the University of Leicester were completed whilst working in school management. He has been Director of international schools in Malawi, Hungary, South Korea and Slovakia (the British International School for 10 years until 2007). He also spent a year working at the University of Cambridge as Education Manager for North Africa and the Middle East before deciding to return to international schools, taking up his current post in September 2011.