Choosing the right school for your child can be daunting. The options are countless and, particularly in London, competition for places is fierce. However, the right school for your child is out there and we’re here to guide you towards it.

Our School Placement teams in London and Dubai handle the entire process. Our consultants will:

  • Get to know you and your child, so that we can make informed suggestions about which schools might be suitable
  • Make school applications on your behalf
  • Prepare your child thoroughly for entrance tests or interviews
  • Advise, once schools have made their offers, on where your child will thrive


Relocating with your family is inevitably an anxious time, particularly if there is uncertainty surrounding your child’s education.

Our consultants are adept at finding schools that will meet the criteria of your whole family. We will:

  • Organise a tailored schedule of school visits for whenever the family can be in the UK
  • Co-ordinate online tuition in advance of the move to ensure they meet the required level of their new school (which is particularly useful if your child is moving from one curriculum to another)

To get in touch with one of our consultants, email or call +971 (0) 4 313 2977


Though our offices are in London and Dubai, we have a network that extends globally. Many of the most prestigious US boarding schools compete with the traditional British schools for the limelight, and naturally we work with the top Ivy League ‘feeders’. Some of our School Placements will cross borders, often between Europe, the UK and the US. Although the three areas offer very different surroundings, they all offer a world-class boarding education where students will be immersed in a stimulating and exciting environment.

The International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum is popular for those students who might move countries or continents as they continue their education, although we are specialists in advising on managing the transition between the US High School Diploma, IB, A level and other systems worldwide.


  • “We believe that decisions about education should be exciting, not bewildering.”