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  1. Articles: Americas
    A scholarship scheme is helping young people from New Zealand to spend time studying in Latin America at a time when connections with the region are being welcomed. The aim of the Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Latin America (PMSLA) is to introduce more young people to Latin American...
  2. Articles: Europe
    London is becoming increasingly popular with expat Latin Americans with new research suggesting that around a quarter of a million now live in the UK with over half, 145,000, in the capital city. Indeed, the Latin American population is one of the fastest growing migrant groups in London with...
  3. Articles: Americas
    Latin America is a popular destination for repeat expats who prioritise life's experiences over other things, with more than half saying that it is the experience of life abroad that matters most to them. Many expats highlight Latin America's ability to offer new challenges, the ease of...
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    Education and trade links between New Zealand and Latin America are set to strengthen after a visit to the region by the country’s Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce. During a 10 day visit to Chile, Colombia and Brazil with a delegation of university representatives and the...
  5. Articles: Americas
    People’s desire globally to migrate permanently to other countries has cooled to 13%, but populations are still growing in Europe, the Middle East and North America, a new poll shows. The latest Potential Net Migration Index (PNMI) from Gallup shows populations would still grow in these areas...
  6. Articles: Europe
    Higher salaries are often regarded by British expats as one reason for choosing to live and work abroad and a new study suggests that they can earn more overseas. The latest Salary Trends survey by ECA International says that employees in the UK can expect to see their salaries increase by an...
  7. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    I am new to this forum, but not to Latin America. I have lived in Guatemala for the better part of 20 years, but have also lived in Costa Rica, Honduras, Ecuador, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela. Everywhere except in Guatemala, I lived for short stints of 6 months to 1 year working in my...
  8. Articles: Americas
    Speaking English is increasingly a basic requirement for working internationally but a new study shows large gaps in English skills around the world. Scandinavian countries have the best command of English among countries where English is not the native language, while Russia, Turkey and South...
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