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Predictions for this year's GCSE results reveal mixed fortunes, with a slight increase in uptake, but criticism of the tougher exams

How will the 2019 cohort of GCSE students fare?

Predictions for this year's GCSE results reveal mixed fortunes, with a slight increase in uptake, but criticism of the tougher exams. So what can we expect from the 2019 GCSE results?

Brexit: business anxiety over freedom of movement U-turn

ECB tells banks to 'step up' Brexit relocations

Features

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New task force launched to set out the skills workers need for the future

Students might still rest their hopes of landing their dream job on the A-level results they receive, but qualifications are only part of the story for employers.

What can we expect from the 2019 A level results?

The UK’s best universities for affordable rent and high rental yields

Festival of Global People

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Festival of Global People: the videos

Catch up with all the highlights of the Festival of Global People, with our selection of video highlights from this prestigious two-day, global mobility event.
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Leadership, innovation, education, and supporting young people's career ambitions

The Festival of Global People brought together a selection of the best Relocation sector leaders and innovators. Marianne Curphey reports on all the keynote speakers from the first day of the Festival.
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Festival of Global People round-up: Day Two

Day two of the Festival of Global People continued to bring the best Relocation experts and innovators together to discuss a wide range of issues, relevant to all those working in the global mobility sector. Marianne Curphey reports on all the keynote speakers from the second day of the Festival.

International Women's Day

Think Women

Inspirational speakers at Relocate’s International Women’s Day lunch

Relocate Global hosted their Think Women International Women's Day Celebration with inspirational speakers on the topics of art, charity, diversity and role models.
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Balance for Better: your say on International Women’s Day

A key conclusion from the first-ever Relocate Global International Women’s Day event was the importance of the having the opportunity to talk about women in global mobility’s experiences at work.
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Workplace solutions: talking diversity and social inclusion with Lauren Toure

Ahead of the Think International Women's Day Celebration we interview guest speaker Lauren Toure, senior consultant at Frost Included f(i), on the importance of diversity and inclusion.

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David Sapsted Reports

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Brexit: business anxiety over freedom of movement U-turn

Business leaders have expressed dismay over the government's announcement that freedom of movement for European Economic Area citizens would abruptly end if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal on October 31.
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ECB tells banks to 'step up' Brexit relocations

London-based banks have been urged by the European Central Bank to increase the number of staff they are relocating to hubs in the eurozone in case the UK leaves the European Union without a deal.

Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Relocate.

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Immigration News

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No-deal Brexit: immigration implications of abrupt end to free movement

Fear and uncertainty are the result of the latest UK government's stance on EU freedom of movement in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Rahul Batra, Managing Partner of the UK immigration law firm, Hudson McKenzie, provides an analysis of the situation.
A photo of UK Home Secretary, Priti Patel, superimposed over an image of the UK Home Office headquarters in Croydon England

Brexit: business anxiety over freedom of movement U-turn

Business leaders have expressed dismay over the government's announcement that freedom of movement for European Economic Area citizens would abruptly end if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal on October 31.
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EU settled status scheme passes million mark

More than a million EU27 nationals living in the UK have now been granted settled or pre-settled status under the government's EU Settlement Scheme, the Home Office has announced.

Relocate Awards

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Celebrate the stars across global mobility – a night to be remembered

As HR, global mobility professionals and service providers respond to changing times and new markets, there is much to celebrate. Organisations are pushing the boundaries to respond to business needs and talent shortages. Join us to network with international peers, congratulate our winners and share in the success of this growing sector on 15 May.

Relocate Guides to UK, Asia Pacific and International Education & Schools

Our family of education Guides for The UK, Asia Pacific and International make navigating school systems a doddle. Find out how they can help families and the professionals supporting them.
Relocate Global Guide to Education and Schools in the UK 2019/20

New UK Education Guide – out now!

Say hello to the latest version of our highly popular Relocate Guide to Education & Schools in the UK. Packed with all the latest information, find out how it can benefit you and your relocating employees.
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The Guide to International Education & Schools 2018/19 – Out Now!

The third edition of our highly popular Guide to International Education & Schools is available now in both print and digital format – get your copy today!
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New APAC education guide - out now

Relocate Global launches its new digital Guide to Education & Schools in Asia Pacific, specially designed for the relocation and global mobility market.

Latest Education & Schools News

Predictions for this year's GCSE results reveal mixed fortunes, with a slight increase in uptake, but criticism of the tougher exams

How will the 2019 cohort of GCSE students fare?

Predictions for this year's GCSE results reveal mixed fortunes, with a slight increase in uptake, but criticism of the tougher exams. So what can we expect from the 2019 GCSE results?

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Global Mobility Toolkit

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Global Mobility Toolkit: download your free resources today

Relocate's Global Mobility Toolkit supports organisations seeking opportunities in an increasingly globalised world. Download your free resources! New short-term assignments policy factsheet out now.