Battersea – a new educational epicenter of London

06/09/2017

As eyes are drawn to Prince George starting school at Thomas’s Battersea this academic year, Gabrielle, Head of Education Advisory reflects on how Battersea is drawing more attention to itself as a new educational epicenter of the Capital.

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Beyond the classroom with an education that travels: tuition and mentorship at its finest 

06/07/2017

At this time of year, as families’ thoughts turn to relaxation and holidays, parents will often consider how best to keep their children engaged during the lengthy summer break. Many families consider employing tutors and mentors to cultivate their children’s interests and to broaden their experiences. 

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Will Sterling volatility remain post the UK’s EU Referendum result?

08/06/2016

Since the announcement that the EU Referendum will take place on 23 June, it’s become increasingly apparent that investors are genuinely concerned about the future value of the Pound against other paired currencies.

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The Value of an International Education in London

03/03/2016

The UK has a worldwide reputation for being at the forefront of international education, evidenced by its success as a key export.

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London Internships and Work Experience in High Demand

17/07/2015

Salamanca Group’s Education Advisory team have worked with 90 families this year alone to support client’s children find placements in the Capital.  Our Head of Education, Gabrielle Villani, spoke to the Evening Standard on the current trend she is seeing.

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The Family Way

27/04/2015

The Economist Special Report on Family Companies questions the traditional Family Office and sees the evolution of a new breed of Multi-Family Office. Salamanca Group’s Private Office offering is a prime example of these changing dynamics.

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How early is early? Do parents need to plan their child’s education from the womb?

31/10/2014

How early is early? This is the question facing all parents as they plan for their child’s education. The first months of being a new parent can be incredibly exhausting to the point of being overwhelming.  This is without factoring in the possibilities and choices that come with considering prospective schools, and organising school applications whilst simultaneously visualising your little one in their very grown up uniform in years to come.

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Navigating the maze of schooling from nursery to prep

31/10/2014

For many parents, schools are often the precursor to every decision you make about where to live and raise a family. It’s a complete maze to navigate not only the school system at large, but the individual admissions requirements of schools to which you apply.

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The value of a British education

31/10/2014

What’s the true value of a British education?  It seems it’s worth its weight in gold if the demand for British education from international parents is anything to go by.

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Funding the future: how to financially plan for your child’s schooling

31/10/2014

Paying for private school fees can be akin to trying to climb to the summit of Everest. The impact of the recession and the rise of private school fees year on year, has meant that paying for education has become an ever increasing challenge. For many families it is not an overstatement to consider school fees as ‘the second mortgage’.

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