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Moving Abroad

Are you an expatriate living in the United States? Share your Expat experience!

January 7, 2016 |

Every Expat has a story, and we want to know yours. British Expats has partnered with International AutoSource (IAS), an Expat vehicle provider, to produce a survey designed to take a comprehensive look into the expatriate community living in the … Read More

Things to Think About Before Repatriation

August 26, 2015 |

Expat life changes you, there’s no doubt about that. While most expats believe this is for the better, it can make repatriation difficult.

Have you prepared yourself for going home?

Though it’s easy to kid yourself that a year or … Read More

New Year New Home?

January 14, 2015 |

That’s another Christmas done and dusted. Your weight in turkey eaten; presents bought, wrapped, unwrapped (and in some cases taken back to the shops); dodgy Christmas TV watched. Ever think you’d like to do it differently one year? Maybe this … Read More

Love was my Catalyst for Teaching Internationally

December 12, 2014 |

Ian Robertson is a Mathematics teacher from Glasgow, Scotland. He has just started his second year of teaching at Harrow International School in Beijing.

Here Ian talks about his experiences teaching internationally and what led him to Beijing:

“I’d often … Read More

Why Move To Switzerland?

December 5, 2014 |

Switzerland is considered to be one of the world’s most powerful economies and is home to some of the largest financial institutions in the global market. Attracted by this healthy economy, the majority of British expats currently residing in Switzerland … Read More

Teach English in Britain’s top 5 countries to emigrate to

November 23, 2014 |

Rightmove identified France, Spain, Greece, Cyprus and Italy as the places where the most Brits are emigrating in 2014. If one of these countries is one which, like many others, you are attracted to move to, but you want to … Read More

Boys’ Toys

November 19, 2014 |

I like toys as much as the next man. Be it train sets, steam cars, remote control helicopters, iPhones or Nintendo. Other, sometimes questionable, gadgets have also come onto the market in recent years, including devices for treasure hunting … Read More

When things go wrong – Healthcare abroad in the EU.

November 6, 2014 |

Advice on unplanned treatment abroad

When travelling to another EU country, be it on holiday, for business or to study,  should you fall ill or have an accident you have the same rights to healthcare as people insured … Read More

Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road

November 4, 2014 |

Whether you are a Brit relocating to the US or anywhere in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, or Northern Africa, you will need to get used to driving on the opposite side (or, as they call it, the … Read More

The Difficult Questions You May Face as an Expat

November 1, 2014 |

When you meet new people, whether in your country of origin or at your new location, personal questions will be asked. It took two moves for me to become accustomed to the seemingly innocent but sometimes pushy “getting to … Read More