Education & Schools

Relocating with school-age children is one of the biggest challenges families can face. In fact, family issues consistently top the list of leading reasons for assignee failure. With international assignees accompanied by a dependent family standing at almost 50 percent, it's a fact that companies relocating their staff around the world simply cannot ignore. Read more

Many relocating families now even demand the security of a school place before accepting a new assignment, so we know just how important it is to help families make the right choices for their children. We recognise that the number of international schools across the globe is expanding at an astonishing rate - all the while, global mobility professionals are challenged to keep up with the pace of change and are asked to help families make crucial education decisions in this massive marketplace.

Relocate Global's education team has successfully built and developed relationships with the international education community. Through our education editorial we examine emerging trends in the international education sector and gather views from some of the world's most high profile international schools as well as providing practical resources for global mobility professionals.

Relocate Global is in a unique position to help bring the global mobility community, including the international education sector, together to tackle the emerging issues, to network and make connections across the world. Read less

School Report

Hear from the schools themselves on how they support internationally relocating families, nurture globally mobile students and read their views on the world of education opportunities.

Eton schoolboys

Study compares the expat costs of a child’s education

A new report has balanced the costs UK expats face when deciding whether to send their children to boarding schools in Britain or to private schools in their host countries.
pupils in india

New British Council Connecting Classrooms programme launched

More than five million students worldwide are expected to benefit from a global education programme which will connect UK classrooms to over 30 countries around the world. The programme was announced by the British Council and the Department for International Development (DFID).
Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi

Asia Pacific – Major investment for international schools

While demand for quality international school places continues to outstrip supply in the Asia Pacific region, this year has seen a significant increase in the number of new international school projects. Rebecca Marriage takes a look at this rapidly expanding international education landscape.
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Education Explained

Rebecca Marriage Education Explained is an essential series of practical and informative guides, helping you navigate the complex international education options for globally mobile families.

Education Explained: Apprenticeships in England

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the education options for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage takes a close look at Apprenticeships in England.

Education Explained: Applying for a school place in England

As part of the Education Explained series, providing information and practical guides, Rebecca Marriage takes a look at applying for a school place in England.

Education Explained: The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the choices for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage examines the International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate.
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Higher Education

Tier 4 visa changes impact work allowances

The British government has announced a series of changes to the Tier 4 visa for students, including new rules that affect applicants' eligibility to work.
Young school leaver at work

What employers want from young people

Many employers are citing young people’s lack of ‘work-readiness’ as a significant barrier to employment. To counter this challenge, the UK’s National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) has launched a new website.
group of international students

Higher Education goes global

With more higher education students than ever before choosing overseas study, the improvement of access to university for people worldwide is coming into increasingly sharp focus for higher education institutions the world over. Anne Keeling reports from the British Council’s annual Going Global conference, held in London in June.
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Awards 2014/2015
Relocate Awards

European stars shine at Re:locate Awards 2014/15

Mainland Europe was well represented among the Re:locate Awards 2014/15 winners, who received their stunning crystal trophies at a gala dinner held in the elegant surroundings of the Institute of Directors, in London’s Pall Mall, in May.
Intercultural competence

Intercultural Competence needed at the top

Cross-cultural training often focuses on those undertaking international assignments, rather than on senior decision-makers.
Smith Stone Walters win Relocate Award

Smith Stone Walters – Excellence in Employee & Family Support

Always hotly contested, this category is a particularly broad one, open to individuals and organisations, from any sector, that provide a specialist service to relocating employees and their families.
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