Wild Search report featured in South China Morning Post

The report may now be downloaded  here  or email  research@wildsearch.org  to request a hard copy.

The report may now be downloaded here or email research@wildsearch.org to request a hard copy.

 

16th November 2018


South China Morning Post - UK still top of the class for rich Asians

“While other sectors remain on tenterhooks, Britain’s private schools are feeling generally bullish about the future and have few fears about the possible impact of Brexit.

That’s according to World Class Education, an inaugural report by Keystone Tutors and Wild Research, which is based on surveys and more than 150 interviews with respected figures in the UK’s independent education sector, including head teachers, admissions officers, specialist consultants, and even relocation experts...”

Read full article here.

Verdict - Brexit impact on education: Wealthy individuals will still send children to UK

“Wealthy individuals will continue to send their children to be educated in the UK regardless of Brexit a new report on British education shows.

The report ‘World Class Education’, which was released on Wednesday by Keystone Tutors and Wild Search, a tutoring and executive search firm respectively, surveyed 150 education specialists and teachers. …”

Read full article here.


The report may now be downloaded here or email research@wildsearch.org to request a hard copy. 

 
Amy Wevill