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Common ground appears as Brexit negotiations begin

Donald Tusk has accepted the UK’s six-page letter invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. With it begins 18-months of negotiation, uncertainty, and finally, clarity, over the future direction of the UK’s relationship with the EU on trade and citizens’ and expats’ rights.

Education

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European education: Preparing families for the challenges

To mark the launch of Relocate Global's Guide to International Education and Schools, Rebecca Marriage explores some of the challenges for international assignees when relocating to Europe with school-age children.

Ireland announces major student immigration reform

The Irish government has launched a major reform of student immigration and the international education sector this week to tackle abuse of the immigration system in Ireland.
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Europe falls in Uni rankings

In the latest global university league tables, Europe has generally fared badly with many former top performing universities slipping down the rankings.

Immigration

Padlock and keys on paperwork

Common ground appears as Brexit negotiations begin

Donald Tusk has accepted the UK’s six-page letter invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. With it begins 18-months of negotiation, uncertainty, and finally, clarity, over the future direction of the UK’s relationship with the EU on trade and citizens’ and expats’ rights.

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Padlock and keys on paperwork

Common ground appears as Brexit negotiations begin

Donald Tusk has accepted the UK’s six-page letter invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. With it begins 18-months of negotiation, uncertainty, and finally, clarity, over the future direction of the UK’s relationship with the EU on trade and citizens’ and expats’ rights.
SACO unveils major expansion programme

SACO unveils major expansion programme

SACO, the serviced apartment company, has announced a major expansion of its operated portfolio with the addition of six new properties across the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands by 2020.
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Dublin’s rental costs increase fastest: new survey

Inbound migration and strong demand from residents saw Dublin post Europe’s highest rental hikes among popular expatriate destinations.
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