The magazine for expats

UK Government to increase post-study leave for international students
As part of new International Education Strategy to increase income generated by international students in the UK, British authorities will now allow students to stay for up to a year after ...
As part of new International Education Strategy to increase income generated by international students ...
Work
United Arab Emirates: Still an expat heaven?
It is a known fact, there are more expats than citizens in the UAE. For the ...
Formalities
Matrimonial regimes: what's new?
Frédéric Varin et Valérie Marmey-Ravau, from The High ...
Everyday life
Brexit likely delayed; another haul for expats!
Theresa May will ask the European Union for a delay ...
Malaysia
Malaysia: Changes aim to reduce expat employment
The Malaysian government is phasing out the Employment ...
“Do it! You’ll regret not going or wish you had ...
Today, Maya, an LA girl, is living with her husband in ...
Cost of living
Cities with the highest rents in Europe
For those looking to work and live in Europe, finding ...
Everyday life
The 48 best cities in the world
According to 34 000 city dwellers interviewed by TimeOut, ...
Australia
Australia adds 54 new professions to it’s ...
Thirty-six professions, including professional footballers ...
Everyday life
Lisa: “If I had to wait for someone to come ...
Moving abroad on your own is no easy feat. Some might argue ...
Health system
Why Spain is the world's healthiest country
World famous for its outstanding cuisine, Spain is not just ...
Work
Atlantic Canada: 5 000 skilled workers wanted ...
It was meant to come to an end this year, but the Atlantic ...
Celebrate Mardi Gras from wherever you are!
Whether you are going to be fasting through Lent or you are ...
Everyday life
Five tips for the expat who does not speak the ...
Maybe you’ve landed yourself a job in an ...
Canada
18 000 visa applications in limbo in Quebec
What will happen to the 18 000 visa applications ...
Germany
Germany: 260 000 expats needed, but where?
Until 2060, Germany will need 260 000 foreign workers a ...
Canada
Canada: Expat caregivers’ family welcome!
Two new programs announced on the 23rd of February will ...
Schools & studies
British universities attract more and more ...
15, 880. These are the official numbers obtained from the ...
Formalities
New Zealand reopens ‘Parent visa’: What other ...
Will New-Zealand reopen the parent visa category? The ...
Work
Policy changes: Less chances of finding a job ...
It could become much harder for expatriates to find a job ...
Accommodation
Global Cities: Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and Sao ...
Every year, Knight Frank- a leading global estate agency, ...
Australia
An English girl in Sydney: Annabel Symonds, ...
Behind the blog Londoner in Sydney, is Annabel Symonds. ...
USA
Gilbert Croze: "Companies are more than ever ...
The American professional etiquette bears no secret for ...
USA
Lower chances of work permit for those who have ...
The change was announced last december by the American ...
Japan
Japan hoping to attract 340,000 foreign workers ...
The Japanese government is targeting Fourteen industries. ...
United Arab Emirates
The new long-term residency permits in the UAE: ...
It’s official. Starting this month, according to the ...
Everyday life
The five cheapest places to retire abroad
Spending your free time exploring a new country, ...
Children
The most child-friendly countries around the ...
You are all about the expat life and have always wanted to ...
Work
The most promising Asian countries for foreign ...
Besides being a cultural melting pot, Asia can boast of its ...
Denmark
Why moving to Denmark could be your best ...
Besides being one of the world's safest countries, ...

Interviews


Malaysia
Finding happiness in the bustling Kuala Lumpur
What led Philippine to Malaysia is a job opportunity she could say no to. Coming from the Vosges region in France, she ...
China
The pursuit of happiness as an expat in China
After graduating in Northern Ontario, Carmelo wasn't very happy about career prospects in Canada. His quest for a ...
Chile
From rainy UK to sunny Chile
Meet Nina, serial expat who been living out of a suitcase since she was 18. With a background in luxury travel, she was ...

Blogs of the month


Spain
January's expat blog: How to traveller
How to traveller is about the life of David, an Irish expat blogger who moved to Spain looking for new pastures. A job ...
Bermuda
Our expat blog of the month: Bermudian Life
A new business opportunity is what made Adrian, a British expat, want to move to Bermuda. Passionate about travelling ...
Australia
Our expat blog of the month: Wandy McNoble Down Under
Wendy comes from Mississauga, Canada. After travelling around Europe, including France, the UK and Sweden, she finally ...