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Re:locate education news, articles and resource pages are one of our most visited online sections; page impressions at an all time high.

We ensure that relocation professionals have the latest education news, international developments, key dates, and facts and figures throughout the year.

We know that making the right education decisions for their children is the number one priority for relocating families and can be the key to a successful relocation.

That's why you will find on these pages all the latest education news, international developments and quality resources to help globally mobile families make crucial education and school choices.

Latest Education Features

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Higher Education
ACS Counsellors’ Column: Applying to University

ACS Counsellors’ Column: Applying to University

Robert Clelland, College Counsellor at ACS Hillingdon International School, shares his advice with students beginning the college or university search and application process whether it is in the UK, US, or another global location.
 
Global student mobility: Breaking down the barriers

Global student mobility: Breaking down the barriers

Over the past three decades, the number of students enrolled in universities and higher education institutions outside their country of citizenship has risen dramatically. Gaining international experience has become a top priority for school leavers, and governments are taking steps to encourage international student mobility. Rebecca Marriage explores this growing global trend, and considers how well-placed children of relocating families are to take advantage of the exciting new opportunities it presents.
 
High cost of university deters A-Level students

High cost of university deters A-Level students

Careers Academies UK, a business-led charity that helps young people bridge the gap between school and work by giving them access to real experience of the working world, has carried out research among students expecting their A and AS Levels on Thursday.