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The role of children in an international transfer

Updated: Sep 6, 2023


Relocating with school-age children is one of the biggest challenges families can face. At least 50% of expatriate families have dependents and this is a fact that big companies cannot ignore.

In many cases, families who are relocating to other countries even demand security of a place at school or school before accepting a new assignment, so we know how important it is to help families make the right choices for their children.


It is amazing how there are many international schools around the world and these are expanding at an accelerated rate; Meanwhile, global mobility professionals face the challenge of staying current and constantly helping families make crucial educational decisions in this massive marketplace.


Global education relocation teams have successfully built and developed relationships with the international and local education community, As a relocation company we have very good relations with the best international schools in Quito and Guayaquil, as well as with some local schools that meet the requirements and expectations of these families.


In conclusion we can say that one of the biggest challenges for families that relocate is to find a new school or college, however, once the children are already accepted and the best school has been chosen, It can be said that more than 50% of all that a global mobilization implies is resolved.



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Children, Transfer, International, Professional, Transfered, Migration, Transfered Professional, Support, Advice, Relocation, LARM.


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