The Parisian suburb of Saint-Cloud not only houses the first American school in France, it also houses the first international school in Europe.
This prestigious school enrolls pupils from all over the world with the aim not only to prepare them for some of the best universities in the world, but also to ensure that their education process is structured and disciplined with a sense of Parisian flair.
As an expat, you’ve probably come across many organizations that cater to the specific needs of people living abroad. Many provide unique services that make them stand out, but at heart, they offer basically the same thing: how-to’s, guides, meeting places for fellow expats, and so forth. In this article, I’d like to compare Angloinfo and InterNations to investigate their similarities and differences.
You’ve read articles about expat communities—large and small—and how they grew from obscurity to worldwide renown. A majority of these groups serve expats worldwide.
In this piece, we thought we’d share with you a little bit about an expat magazine that you’ve probably seen around town outside various shops, or even read online.
Fancy a ride on the love train? Here's a book for this Holidays Season! 'Loving an Alien' is a riveting collection of intimate interviews with brave women who crossed the cultural divide and loved to tell the tale. Vive la diversité!
After sharing our Social Media Marketing strategy for (almost) free, I’m thrilled to announce that we’re now planning to share our Event Marketing strategy and it’s going to be (almost) free as well.
Here at Expats-Paris, we provide resources for our members to help the transition to living in France be as smooth as possible. But we’re not the only ones. In this article, we are going to look at another expat community that has been around for at least fifteen years and helped paved the way for others to follow.