Choosing a school abroad


A major concern for families moving abroad is education for their children. Many are concerned that schools in the destination country may not be able to offer the same level of education that was previously available in the country of citizenship. Research is vital before moving abroad in order to make the best decision for your family.


Many countries around the world, particularly those with a high proportion of expatriates, have a number of international schools that use familiar models of education, such as the American, British or other systems. These schools generally follow the curriculum of their chosen model and teach in their mother tongue. A growing number of international schools follow the International Baccalaureate, which is accepted as entrance to universities around the world Primary School in Ghana. International schools tend to be located in major cities around the world, although some are located in green spaces and these tend to offer boarding as an alternative to a long trip from home to school. Most good international schools offer a wide range of extracurricular activities that expand your child's education and provide new interests and hobbies.


In addition to the international school option, it is also possible to enroll your child in a local bilingual school. The advantages of this would be that your child will quickly develop new language skills and better assimilate into the local community. However, a downside would be that the bilingual school would likely follow a different system than your child is used to and there may be problems re-integrating into homeschool or college. An international school would be a safer option, although they tend to be more expensive than bilingual schools. While a school may describe itself as an international school, it is important to verify the nationalities of students based on role, as some international schools may have a student population made up almost entirely of local students. In these situations, foreign students can often feel isolated and unable to join the rest of the school community.

Why should you choose this University? Many people around the world need education, but they can't afford it. While some of us got the chance to finish school, others don't! It's time to give back. At The Continents States University, all volunteers commit their time, efforts, services, knowledge, and educational materials to build a better-educated universe.

The Continents States University is accredited by Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC), an independent recognized body providing accreditation services for independent, further, and higher education colleges and universities.

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By the end of 2020, education remains a far-right for 759 million illiterate adults and does not have the awareness necessary to improve their living conditions and children.

The Continents States University designed its mission, vision, and values very carefully to serve all students' future needs across the globe.  

  • Mission: The Continents States University works to equip future professionals with the skills, tools, and opportunities that enable faster integration into the workforce industry around the globe by delivering tuition-free, quality, and competency-based education to everyone across the continents.
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  • Values: The Continents States University is committed to being a diverse leader with an audience, staff, volunteers, program delivery instruction, community participation, and decision making.
  • Goals: At The Continents States University, we are committed to helping a diverse group of people in the United States and across the globe achieve access to free educational opportunities. We are dedicated to helping those in the United States and Russia, South Africa, Japan, and worldwide. The University aspires to national and global recognition for private online instruction, facilitating student learning and growth. The University offers a myriad of services, including degree programs and foreign education degree evaluation.