How does it help expat families?
Often confused with homeschooling, online schooling is a form of education where children take their classes at home. The key difference is that pupils (and parents) benefit from the support and structure of a fully-fledged school program.
What you need to consider when learning English
If you don’t speak English fluently (or you wish to learn another language) you can enroll in a language course at one of over 5,000 language schools.
Information and advice
Special education is provided for children with moderate or severe learning difficulties (e.g. a hearing, speech, or sight impediment, a physical disability or autism) or a behavioural problem, which make attending a mainstream school difficult for the child.
Higher education in the United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is one of the most multicultural societies in Europe. People from all over the world come to obtain a postgraduate degree and enjoy the freedom to explore new ideas.
A checklist on what to look for
The following checklist is designed to help you choose an appropriate and reputable private school for your children.
Which school to choose
If you’re able to choose between state and private education, the following checklist will help you decide.
What is it like to study at a British university?
British universities are renowned for offering high class education and attracting students from all over the world, but what is it really like to be a student in the UK?
Advice on choosing an International School
International schools provide the ideal environment for relocating families and bringing young people together from many different cultures and countries to gain qualifications that are recognised across the globe.