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Expat Information: International Schools for Expats

International schools are characterised either by adopting an international curriculum, such as the International Baccalaureate, or by following a different national curriculum to that which is usually practised by the school's country. The main advantages of international schools are the transferability of a student's education if they relocate to a different country, and the ability to accomodate multinational and multilingual students and teachers.



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