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.

Expatriate life


UK business confidence hit 12-month high

Business confidence across Britain rose to its highest level in a year during February after the government revealed its 'roadmap' for a return to normality after 12 months of pandemic lockdowns.
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Which country makes it easiest to learn a new language?

During Relocate Global’s Great International Education and Schools’ Fair and ECIS' Multilingual Week, new research from Preply shows which countries offer the best environment for language learning.

A world of conversations 22-27 February - welcome to multilingual week!

Six dynamic days, one low fee, no reason to miss it! Relocate Global is delighted to share this invitation from ECIS with schools and the education community.



Chancellor launches visa scheme for highly skilled international talent

Innovative new measures to attract and retain the most highly skilled, globally mobile talent to the UK have been unveiled by the Chancellor Rishi Sunak in his March 3 Budget.

Government review backs new fintech visas

A government-backed review of the UK's burgeoning fintech industry has proposed a new visa stream to attract overseas talent.

UK firms' hiring plans at year-long high

The hiring intentions of UK companies are now at their highest since the onset of Covid-19 pandemic early last year, according to a new survey.

Partners & Family


Canada, UK rated top by international students

Canada and the UK have overtaken the US as preferred destinations for study among international students, according to a new report.
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Schools and parents act to counter ‘Lost Generation’

With schools in the UK remaining closed to most students, hundreds and thousands children and young people are learning remotely in lockdown, supported by parents and teachers, and joining millions globally.
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International Women’s Day 2021: Choose to Challenge

It’s just 40 days until International Women’s Day 2021 (8 March). There’s still time for you and your colleagues to take a moment and think about how you can make a difference at this pivotal moment.

Residential Property


UK budget: visa easing now, tax tightening later

Changes in the UK's points-based immigration system, which only came into effect at the beginning of January, have been unveiled by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak in his Budget speech on Wednesday.

Country property boom leads house price surge

Prices in the UK housing market are continuing to set new records with Nationwide's latest index showing the sharpest annual rise for nearly six years.
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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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