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Are you moving corporate employees around the world? Or back to the UK? Finding the right school for an expat family can make or break a global assignment.
Books and movies to check out before you relocate overseas, and after you arrive. Expert advice or just plain funny; for expats, ambassadors, parents and travelers. Chosen by GSGI editors.
What is the GSGI Education Consultants Service? A consultancy to advise parents, one-to-one, on choosing the best schooling for their children before they move abroad. And if there really are no good options in that country – our advisors will tell you that, too. One way or another, they’ll be sure you have the information you need to make an informed decision about the best school for your child. email@example.com
We're looking for a few good editors....if you're in a part of the world that we don't cover yet, see if this looks like something you'd enjoy and might be qualified to do.
Editors for The Good Schools Guide International are responsible for
- researching schools that might be added to the Guide
- keeping abreast of developments at schools in the Guide
- visiting and writing up such schools in the host city
- writing articles about local education generally plus
- how to survive there as an expat.
If you think you might be just the person to do this, please contact us. We would love to hear from you.
The Expat Overview gives advice about moving to and being an expat in that country- not just a Chamber of Commerce white bread description (available in any guide book), but with real info that newcomers need:
Our editors/advisors have spent their adult lives moving with the diplomatic corps or multi-national corporations, and come from a range of professions and backgrounds - professional educators, journalists, corporate executives, diplomatic wives....
We're looking for parents who are (native English-speaking) ex-pats, and who may not be educational professionals but are experienced in looking at and dealing with schools for their own children.