You have decided to send your child to study, abroad.
You choose the right school or university.
Your child is enrolled, the visa is received, tickets are purchased.
And finally your child flies away...
... and based on our experience, no matter how old is your child, how many times he/she has been flying without you, how many of your children have already studied abroad, the question arises: "How will he/she be without us?". The situation is exacerbated by the fact that very few parents have studied abroad, therefore cannot understand how their children will feel being at school in a foreign country.
Here comes an educational guardian. The guardian is independent from any particular school and therefore is always objetive and acts in the best interests of your child.
«I often think that if my children were to study and live in another country, I would be grateful to have someone who can meet them, take care of them and just to be there when they need to share their thoughts….»
The "Children Act" was adopted in the UK In 1989, it states that all minor children studying in the UK for more than 7 weeks, need a legal guardian, in the event that these children live in the UK without their parents. In accordance with this document, all UK schools who wish to accept students from abroad...