Norway has come out on top of a survey of the world’s happiest student locations.
If you’re not studying yourself, but you are bringing children with you on your expat assignment, here’s why you might want to think about sending them to a local school.If you’re thinking of moving to Hong Kong, read our article first – many expats are leaving for Singapore or Tokyo instead.
If you’re one of the people who’s quit Hong Kong for Singapore, take a look at this guide to Singapore's nightlife.
Tokyo, however, has recently topped the list of most expensive cities in the world, so perhaps it’s not the best destination for everyone.
On the other hand, these are the cheapest places to buy property in Europe, according to Kathleen Peddicord.
If you’re simply looking to move for a better quality of life and you’re not tied to a specific location, try one of these destinations.
Few of us want to admit that we’re prejudiced, but we all have preconceived ideas about other people. Here’s how to deal with your own prejudices abroad.
If you’re moving to Germany or Spain, we have a guide to healthcare for you.
Know you want to move to France but not sure where yet? Consider these regions.
And if you’re in Italy, here’s what you need to know about the Permesso di Soggiorno.
Learning another language is fun, but it can be a challenge! Sarah Cole talks to podcast host Carlie about learning a new language.
Spanish expat Carlos shares his experience of life in Poland.
And finally, here are some recommended social media accounts to follow if you’re planning a move to South Africa, South Korea, Spain or Sweden.
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