For Expatriates

This section is designed to support you if you are relocating. Whether you’re moving within the UK, coming to the UK, or relocating overseas on an international assignment, we’re here to help, with the latest news, articles and practical advice on a range of key subjects, from property and schools to lifestyle, partner’s career options and settling in your new area. From new graduates and young professionals, through families with children, to senior executives, we have something for everyone.

Education & Schools

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Paris as a growing financial centre – what are the education options?

The uncertainty over Brexit has led around 100 financial services companies to relocate from London to Paris, with some setting up new headquarters there and others setting up satellite offices initially. The movers include asset manager, insurance companies and banks.

Expatriate life

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Paris as a growing financial centre – what are the education options?

The uncertainty over Brexit has led around 100 financial services companies to relocate from London to Paris, with some setting up new headquarters there and others setting up satellite offices initially. The movers include asset manager, insurance companies and banks.
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Expats rank Finland's environment as best

Finland has been rated by a global expat organisation as the world's most environmentally-sound nation.
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UK spells out route for Hong Kong relocations

The UK government released on Wednesday more details about how up to three miliion Hong Kong residents who qualified for a British National Overseas (BNO) passport would be eligible for a visa to work or study in Britain.

Health

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Paris as a growing financial centre – what are the education options?

The uncertainty over Brexit has led around 100 financial services companies to relocate from London to Paris, with some setting up new headquarters there and others setting up satellite offices initially. The movers include asset manager, insurance companies and banks.
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How does a tech-savvy School resolve ‘the social dilemma’?

This year’s must-see documentary is ​The Social Dilemma​ on Netflix, which highlights the downsides of social media in terms of adolescent mental health, political polarisation, and consumer manipulation. It’s a terrifying behind-the-scenes expose, told through the eyes of those who helped to create the technology, and were initially so optimistic about its power to change the world for good.
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What makes a full online education and how does it work?

For globally mobile families, students studying sport or music at elite level, families living and working in unstable environments or in parts of the world where schooling is problematic, the opportunity to study online can be invaluable.

Partners & Family

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How does a tech-savvy School resolve ‘the social dilemma’?

This year’s must-see documentary is ​The Social Dilemma​ on Netflix, which highlights the downsides of social media in terms of adolescent mental health, political polarisation, and consumer manipulation. It’s a terrifying behind-the-scenes expose, told through the eyes of those who helped to create the technology, and were initially so optimistic about its power to change the world for good.
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The classroom of the future: what role for technology?

Coronavirus has touched and changed all areas of our lives. How education is accessed and delivered is no exception. But what lessons from e-learning in the pandemic will stand the test of time?
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The Making of Us: Why schools matter and the single sex or co-ed debate

Ahead of Wednesday’s webinar with leading educator and author, Clarissa Farr, former High Mistress of St Paul’s Girls’ School, we untangle what matters to parents choosing a school and what to look for.

Residential Property

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Relocating ... from town to country

More than half of UK workers believe the pandemic will result in a “reverse brain drain” with professionals permanently moving their main place of work from cities to country regions, according to a new survey.
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USA 'most liveable' for Brit expats

Why is the USA deemed most liveable for UK expats? What other countries make the "liveability" list?
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Hong Kong turns its eyes on London property

Growing numbers of Hong Kong residents have been seeking to buy property in London in recent weeks, according to several reports in the past week.
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