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Things you should be aware of about education when embracing the expatriate lifestyle, including options for adults, to continue their education while by-passing language barriers.

A comprehensive list of schools worldwide, in many language of instruction, is available to you in International School Directory

Education File
The file to keep at hand when relocating overseas and need to enroll your children in school
Learning Languages
Being an expat goes hand in hand with learning languages. Which are the methods, schools and tools to shortcut learning a new language or retaining a known one?
Changing Schools
For a teenager, one of the most difficult things about moving is leaving friends behind. The next most challenging thing for a teenager is starting a new school. However, starting a new school can be seen as a new beginning, which isn't always a bad thing. . . .
Studiare in Italia
Vuoi ritornare o andare nel Belpaese per continuare i tuoi studi dopo la scuola superiore? Qui trovi tutto quello che c'e' da sapere per non avere brutte sorprese quando si e' in possesso di titoli di studio stranieri
Just moved to a location where there is no chance of attending continuing education classes because of a language barrier? Here are some ways around it.

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