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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 not hear as often is why expats are relocating to New...

5 Inexpensive Places to Retire Abroad

Retiring in an exotic location might sound like an expensive way to spend your retirement years. However, that is not necessarily the case. For many people, becoming an expat is a practical strategy to make...

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 earn their degrees outside of the country. Attending an international school...
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Retiring to Malaysia From The UK – What You Need to Know

Located in southeast Asia, Malaysia consistently ranks among the best places in the world to retire away from home. The culture, climate and cost make it an ideal place for a Brit...

Your Country DOESN’T Need You – Where to Move if You Want an Instant...

We’re living in an increasingly globalised society, and these days, staying ahead might mean moving away. Which country should you move to make the most out of your career?
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How to Deal With Your First Few Months as an Expat

After you have decided to move abroad, you’ll have to overcome some challenges and deal with a to-do list that at times can seem endless. You’ll need to apply for the appropriate visas, possibly sell...
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Two Popular Cities in Germany for British Expats

Germany has been attracting British expats for a long time with its great work/life balance, an excellent family-friendly lifestyle with outstanding schools, good prospects for a career and job security, very attractive pay packages, a...

Why Moving Abroad Can Be a Great Career Move

The world is increasingly becoming more interconnected, and it makes sense that your career should be a part of this international trend. Your career will probably take off and reach new heights if you decide...
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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 one of the world’s best education providers and has been...
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Pros and Cons of Living in Japan

Japan is one of the world’s most technically advanced and literate countries. While most of the country is mountainous or heavily wooded, most people in Japan lead an urban lifestyle. The country...

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