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More articles and advice for Relocation Professionals
With a still largely undefined Brexit fast approaching, there's at least some good news to share from the UK. Students from the ACS International Schools there have seen their hard work pay off, gaining admission to such world-recognised universities as Oxford, Cambridge, and those of America's Ivy League.
More articles & advice for Relocation Professionals
The following articles have all been published in the quarterly ACS e-newsletter for relocation professionals. They provide a wealth of information on key issues affecting family relocations into the UK.
5 ways expats can deal with cultural shock
Moving to an entirely new location for work certainly doesn’t come without its challenges.
Five new trends of relocation that are changing the face of expat assignments
Even with the world at our fingertips, nothing beats on-the-ground communication. For hundreds of years, companies have sent employees around the world to work in new markets.
Voting whilst abroad
Ask anyone who has travelled abroad for any length of time, and you will quickly learn that relocating to a foreign country requires a colossal amount of preparation. What will your new living quarters be like? Where will your children attend school?
Why children's soft skills are essential to a child's happiness in a new country
One of the most challenging issues facing international children moving to the UK is learning how to fit into a new school, make new friends with those of a different culture, and subsequently excel in their early years...
Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, Cortana...and You
Online help isn’t just for text files or chatbots anymore! Do you ever start everyday questions with: “Hey, Siri...” “Cortana...” “Alexa...” “OK, Google...”
Digital content at your fingertips
When was the last time you had to think about where to buy a newspaper? Or whether your kids can find something to read over school vacation? Or how to view a movie you’ve been wanting to see?
Custom agreements across the globe
...I’m really sorry Mr Smith, your samurai sword is not allowed to be shipped to the UK...