LOGIN or JOIN
information for global expats



Expat Information: Education

For an expat family, the continuing, effective education of children is one of the most pressing concerns. And very often it is difficult indeed to find an adequate solution without breaking the bank.

This section is designed to help expatriate parents understand the ways in which they can approach the education of their children.

▶ More

Money, while an important aspect of educating the children of expats, may often not be the primary issue, since employers often take on the extra costs that are involved. More worrying is how to manage the long separations that are involved in maintaining contact with children left behind at boarding school or in the care of relatives, or if they are to be educated locally, in finding suitable schools. Then, for very peripatetic expats, there is the wrenching need to move the children frequently from school to school and from culture to culture.

 

 


Contribute

We value input from our readers. If you spot an error on this page or have any suggestions, please let us know.

 

BSI Media BSI Research Network Global Incorporation Guide [GIG] TreatyPro Tax News Lowtax
 
 
 
 

Information

About | Useful Links | Global Media Partners | Media | Advertising And Sales | Banners And Widgets | Glossary | RSS | Privacy & Cookies | Terms And Conditions | Editorial Policy | Refer To A Friend | Newsletters | Contact | Site Map

Important Notice: Wolters Kluwer TAA Limited has taken reasonable care in sourcing and presenting the information contained on this site, but accepts no responsibility for any financial or other loss or damage that may result from its use. In particular, users of the site are advised to take appropriate professional advice before committing themselves to involvement in offshore jurisdictions, offshore trusts or offshore investments. © Wolters Kluwer TAA Ltd 2017. All rights reserved.

The Expat Briefing brand is owned and operated by Wolters Kluwer TAA Limited.