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Caroline Drewett

Caroline Drewett

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Brexit may open doors for Hong Kong MBA students
August 31, 2016
Following what many academics and Londoners deemed a shock result on June 23, the effects of Brexit are starting to become clearer for institutions in Britain. Initial predictions suggested that universities would suffer as a result of losing their EU funding. 
An IB has a broad curriculum, while A-levels allow students to focus on their strengths
August 26, 2016
Finding the right school often seems like an impossible task, especially for those new to Hong Kong. Places are as competitive as ever, and there’s rarely much time to decide which  school, and which style of education, will suit your child before the academic year starts.
Comparison between IB and A-level
June 22, 2016
An IB has a broad curriculum, while A-levels allow students to focus on their strengths.
British boarding schools are bringing their unique traditions to Hong Kong
May 24, 2016
Until recently, those living outside of the UK needed to travel to the country for a traditional British boarding school experience. Overseas schooling is expensive, and temporarily separates families, but the lure of these leading institutions remains irresistible for those seeking an education at...
All Aboard
March 24, 2016
Given that Britain boasts some of the world’s most famous schools, it’s little wonder that there are plenty of overseas families who have their sights set on sending their children to a prestigious British school.
Modern Classics
March 24, 2016
There is a perception that if you want to go into business, you must study a business degree, that you need to study journalism to become a journalist, and that you should study a politics course if you want to be a politician.
A classical education can help students gain a place at university
February 23, 2016
Students are living in an increasingly examination-driven climate. As a result, they often view things in a compartmentalised way, especially when it comes to...
UK boarding schools are expensive, but bursaries are available
January 22, 2016
Given that Britain boasts some of the world’s most famous schools, it’s little wonder that there are plenty of overseas families who have their sights set on sending their children to a prestigious British school. Boarding schools offer a wealth of experiences in both learning and living which are...
British boarding schools are swathed in history – what do they have to do with Hong Kong?
January 8, 2016
The last few years have seen a burst of British international schools establishing themselves globally, especially in Asia. There is good reason for this. Traditional boarding schools are schools with a difference, schools that are based on the best of British education. This is a model that has...
Comparison between IB and A-level
June 22, 2016
An IB has a broad curriculum, while A-levels allow students to focus on their strengths.
Brexit may open doors for Hong Kong MBA students
August 31, 2016
Following what many academics and Londoners deemed a shock result on June 23, the effects of Brexit are starting to become clearer for institutions in Britain. Initial predictions suggested that universities would suffer as a result of losing their EU funding. 
An IB has a broad curriculum, while A-levels allow students to focus on their strengths
August 26, 2016
Finding the right school often seems like an impossible task, especially for those new to Hong Kong. Places are as competitive as ever, and there’s rarely much time to decide which  school, and which style of education, will suit your child before the academic year starts.
British boarding schools are bringing their unique traditions to Hong Kong
May 24, 2016
Until recently, those living outside of the UK needed to travel to the country for a traditional British boarding school experience. Overseas schooling is expensive, and temporarily separates families, but the lure of these leading institutions remains irresistible for those seeking an education at...
All Aboard
March 24, 2016
Given that Britain boasts some of the world’s most famous schools, it’s little wonder that there are plenty of overseas families who have their sights set on sending their children to a prestigious British school.
Modern Classics
March 24, 2016
There is a perception that if you want to go into business, you must study a business degree, that you need to study journalism to become a journalist, and that you should study a politics course if you want to be a politician.
A classical education can help students gain a place at university
February 23, 2016
Students are living in an increasingly examination-driven climate. As a result, they often view things in a compartmentalised way, especially when it comes to...
UK boarding schools are expensive, but bursaries are available
January 22, 2016
Given that Britain boasts some of the world’s most famous schools, it’s little wonder that there are plenty of overseas families who have their sights set on sending their children to a prestigious British school. Boarding schools offer a wealth of experiences in both learning and living which are...
British boarding schools are swathed in history – what do they have to do with Hong Kong?
January 8, 2016
The last few years have seen a burst of British international schools establishing themselves globally, especially in Asia. There is good reason for this. Traditional boarding schools are schools with a difference, schools that are based on the best of British education. This is a model that has...

About The Author

Caroline Drewett is the founder of global education company, Coast to Coast Education, which specialises in residential experiences for those preparing to study in Britain. Working between Hong Kong, the UK and South America, she works with a range of clients, including individuals, schools, charities and governments. www.coastschools.com