5 Reasons Why Parents Need the Expat Education Quarterly Guide

Education is a critically important part of a child’s life, especially when it comes to developing and nurturing the right skills. With that in mind, finding the right school for can be a tricky matter, as each child has different needs. To ease the research process and provide an insight into schools in Malaysia, there’s the Expat Education Quarterly guide. Here are four reasons to check it out.

1. Holistic Development

Education nowadays goes well beyond the classroom to include practical and other hands-on skills, something that not all schools focus on equally. The hand-picked selection of international and tertiary education institutions in the Expat Education Quarterly guide provides insight on institutions that provide holistic education programmes, developing and nurturing not only students’ intellect but their living skills, as well.

2. Open to All

The schools featured in the guide are open to both locals and expats. With the growing trend of locals enrolling their children in international schools, we’ve made sure to include schools that are open to any child. Different schools have different fee ranges as well, so parents don’t have to burn a hole in their pocket to ensure that their children receive a good education.

3. In-depth Information

Hear it from industry professionals themselves on what is needed in modern-day education and what each school has to offer, be it in the classroom consuming knowledge, developing artistic talents, or nurturing skills outside the classroom. Articles also provide statistics and insights into studies done on student development, allowing you to plan for your child’s tertiary education as well.

4. Exclusive ‘School Snaps’

Schools are not all about studying, but also developing sports, artistic, and social skills. Our exclusive special section called “School Snaps” gives a glimpse into the kinds of activities carried out at various schools, as well as the accomplishments of their students in activities outside the classroom. Parents will be able to see which schools are taking an active interest in their students’ overall development and can use this to help further determine the school’s compatibility with their children’s needs.

5. Easy to Use


The guide is a straightforward e-magazine with various articles on choosing the right school for your child, as well as focusing on the specialties of different international school. It also gives an insight to the kind of education you’d need for a child’s development in the 21st century. It’s just like reading a regular magazine, but it’s online for even easier access. All you have to do is click here for the guide and start flipping the pages!

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