Students that study abroad can take advantage of many benefits that aren’t necessarily readily offered by study in their home countries. Students who undertake international study programmes can greatly increase their employability prospects, as a result of their experience of working in different cultures. This brings with it a whole range of other flexible and adaptive skills in communication and relationship building, which can be transferred directly to the employment market.
“The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.” ~ Vince Lombardi
It is no secret to any parent that the tens of thousands of pupils enrolled in the British public school system run the risk of having a challenging time during their education. In fact, if you were to analyze the official data released by the UK authorities, you can see that some statistics support as low as four in ten students having a good chance of scoring a collection of A-grade GCSE’s and a happy time emotionally at school. Moreover, remember that all the top universities are introducing tougher admission standards. In the light of these facts, it’s only natural that concerned parents are re-evaluating their options, trying to figure out what would work best for their children: private tuition or private schooling?