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Blog > 2017


Schools, Saving Money And Social Media

  Posted Friday July 28, 2017 (15:41:29)   (320 Reads)


Moving abroad with children in tow can be particularly worrisome - how do you ensure they're getting a good education? Will they make new friends? Finding the right school can answer both of these questions. With that in mind, we've put together a guide to international schools in Brunei.

For many, being a student lasts beyond the years of childhood. In his first column for Expat Focus, Erik Hamre shows how students can save money while living in Copenhagen.

It can be difficult to work out a budget when you're moving abroad, so we've published a guide to the cost of living in Bahrain which should help. While you're there, here's a guide to some of the local delicacies you should try.

And if you're living in Australia, here's how to fill in your tax returns.

Columnist Kathleen Peddicord talks about how it is possible to live in France on a limited budget.

Healthcare is another concern for many expats - we have a couple of guides on this subject for people moving to Oman or Trinidad & Tobago.

Here are some recommended social media accounts to follow if you're planning to live a global nomad lifestyle.

We also have some expat experiences for you this week: Fran in Australia, Lynn in Morocco and Mari in Iceland.

Would you like to share your experience of life abroad with other readers? Answer the questions here to be featured in an interview!

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