New Re:locate education guide: Focus on Asia Pacific
Re:locate Global’s new Guide to International Education & Schools, to be published in Winter 2016, will include a wealth of information on schooling options for expatriates in the Asia Pacific region.
These are exciting times for APAC's international schools. As business becomes more globally mobile, the demand for the education they provide is increasing at an unprecedented rate in expatriate hotspots, leading to something of an explosion of new institutions – including branches of a number of big-name British public schools – in recent years.Despite this, however, families continue to report difficulties in securing school places.As the leading multimedia publisher for the relocation and global mobility market, Re:locate knows that many families require the guarantee of a school place before they will accept a relocation or an international assignment. And, as employers move increasingly towards a self-service approach to relocation benefits, it is more important than ever that they can refer parents to the trusted Re:locate brand for information and advice on selecting a school.Our new annual Guide to International Education & Schools, available in printed format and digitally via our new app, will be an invaluable resource for relocating families and the HR decision-makers, global managers and relocation professionals who support and advise them. It will give schools and destination services providers the opportunity to showcase their offering, both to families and to their advisers.Content will include informative articles to help busy HR departments and relocation professionals to support relocating families, covering everything from choosing a school and submitting an application to international curricula, with lively and engaging features to reassure parents about schooling choices, and directories of schools and education consultants in relocation growth areas around the world.A range of other topics to help families settle in their new location – from accommodation to careers for partners – will also be featured.The guide's extensive coverage of education in Asia Pacific will include details of the latest international school openings across the region, with advice for parents on how to be in with the best chance of obtaining a place, plus in-depth information on choosing a school in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, or Singapore.To reserve your copy, to advertise, or to be included in the print and online directories, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1892 891334.If you have editorial to contribute, please email email@example.com