Education For Expat Children: Your Questions Answered

A few weeks ago, we asked our readers on Facebook and Twitter what they’d like to know about educating children abroad. Now Stephen Spriggs from William Clarence Education has put together some answers.Questions From Expats Living In The UK My biggest question is: are kids in the US really behind academically? I have been told … Read more

Femi Mascoll, Special Needs Education Teacher, Barbados

Femi, you're a home-school and special needs education teacher in Barbados. Tell us about your job: what does a day in your life look like? To say that my days are quite hectic is an understatement. My students and I normally begin our day with something fun like story-telling or animated videos. I am a … Read more

American Schools In Buenos Aires: A Guide For Expats

Buenos Aires is one of the loveliest and oldest cities in South America, and a popular place to live. But if you’re a US expat living in the Argentinian capital, what are your choices when it comes to education? We’re going to take a look at some options for you.The best news is that there’s … Read more

How To Find A School For Your Children In Helsinki

Helsinki is the capital city and most populous municipality in Finland, with a population of 644,788. Finnish and Swedish are the official languages, but English is also widely-spoken in the city.The land area of Helsinki is 213.75 km2. Helsinki is located on the shore of the Gulf of Finland and has 130 kilometres of coastline, … Read more

The Best International Schools In London

As part of an expat family with dependent children, one of your primary concerns when relocating is going to be your children’s education. Expat families may choose to send their children to international schools who teach the curriculum of their home country (meaning children can easily pick up where they left off) or a globally … Read more

Private Schools In Barbados: An Expat Guide

Barbados is a beautiful holiday destination, but have you ever considered moving there? While the small island nation is densely populated (its the 18th most populated country in the world, in fact) it is not hugely popular with expats. That’s not to say that you can’t find life hugely satisfying in Barbados if you’re planning … Read more

How Does The Schooling System Work In Singapore?

If you’re moving to Singapore with a young family in tow, one of the most important, and probably the most difficult, decisions you will need to make is with regard to the education of your children.As any parent knows, choosing the right school for your child can be a stressful process even without the addition … Read more

Finding A School In Santo Domingo For Your Children

With some three million residents located in the city and the surrounding suburb area, Santo Domingo – the capital of the Dominican Republic – is the largest city in the Caribbean. The city also has an established expat community, and it’s highly likely that if you’re being relocated to the Dominican Republic, you will be … Read more

Discovering The Education System In Antigua And Barbuda

A commonwealth country comprising of two main islands (plus several smaller ones), Antigua and Barbuda is located in the Caribbean. It’s a favourite destination for expats who prefer warmer climates and the island way of life. The islands are both fairly developed and thriving, particularly in the tourist industry. This means that Antigua and Barbuda … Read more

What Might Brexit Mean For International Students?

Brexit and its associated debates and options are causing confusion across the board at the moment, not least for students coming to the UK to study. The EFL market is huge in Britain, not just for the country’s many language schools, but also for universities and colleges.A sizeable portion of universities’ income comes from the … Read more

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