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A Guide to Studying in the US for UK Students

The Fulbright Commission reports that there are approximately 11,600 students from the UK studying at US universities. The US is ranked as...

Best Places to Study Abroad

With so many possibilities available for studying abroad, it can be difficult to decide where to go. To help you make up...
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Got The Brexit Blues? Leave Europe Yourself For an Instant Pay Rise!

.td-post-title .entry-title {font-weight: 600 !important;} If you're growing tired of seeing Brexit plastered all over the news every day, you're not alone. Many...

8 Reasons Expats Love New Zealand

Talk to a New Zealander and you will hear any number of reasons they love their unique and wonderful island nation. What you may...

Pros and Cons of International Schools

While many college students decide to pursue studies abroad for one semester or a full year, it is becoming more common for them to...

15 Reasons Expats Love Living in Canada

Canada has a goal to attract one million people to live and work in the country by 2020. Judging by feedback from expats, it...
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Expat Guide to Education in Canada

Canada offers a world-class education system. It is one of the many elements that add up to the high quality of life you can...
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Education in Australia – UK Comparison

If you are relocating to Australia, you will want to make sure the whole family settles in well. Part of that is knowing the...

Moving to Australia – A Guide for Expats

Around 1.2 million Britons have chosen to call Australia home. It may have something to do with those endless sunny images we...
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Moving to Canada – A Guide for Expats

From the magnificent Rocky Mountains to slick, modern cities, and the snowy winters, sun-blushed summers and friendly charm of the locals, Canada has long...