Education is the foundation of success. School years shape a child’s character for life. It is very important to determine the most appropriate way to bring out the best in your child and to provide them with the stepping stone towards a successful future. By studying at a British independent school your child will not only have the opportunity to win a place at one of the world’s top universities, but also to learn good manners, to attain a broad general knowledge and to make irreplaceable friends and connections from around the world.
We will assist you in the process of ascertaining what is best for your child’s educational needs, your desired goals and to build a strategy through which these can be achieved. With over 3000 schools to choose from, we will guide you towards making an informed decision based on what is best for you and your child. We provide our clients with independent advice; we represent your interests and not those of the school.
As part of our educational services, we offer advice and support for parents who intend to move their child into the British educational system. From the assessment stage, to the choice of school, we take care of every aspect of your application, giving you professional and personalised support throughout the entry process.
Our consultants’ invaluable contribution enables you to select the best school, which may subsequently lead to entrance into one of the top ten British universities. We understand the importance of choosing the right school for your child from the outset. It is crucial to formulate a strategy to prepare your child for entry to the desired school, and to map out a plan which will facilitate progression towards a successful career.
There is a vast array of schools - single sex and co-educational, day schools and boarding schools - which each have their own specialities and strengths. It is crucial that your child attends a school which matches his or her abilities, personality and extra-curricular interests.
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