State Schools and Private Schools
The similarities and differences between State Schools and Private Schools
Irene Lee: First-hand building? Second-hand building? Which one is more valuable?
Some commentators say that the "trilogy of immigration" of Hong Kong families in the past- moving children , moving money, and emigrating , was integrated under the change of the BNO policy.
Irene Lee: Two words to remember when buying a British property
Investors who start to study British property will soon discover two seldom-touched terms-Freehold and Leasehold. Before really spending money on investment, it is best to understand the meaning of the two before you know what you have invested in and what you will get in the end.
Reading music in the hometown of The Beatles
Many Hong Kong parents inevitably arrange a musical instrument, or piano, violin, cello, etc. for their children when planning their children’s lives.
A less expensive boarding choice government boarding school
One of the most famous features of British education is the boarding system. Hogwarts, the school of the famous novel Harry Potter, is also a boarding school, only in the wizarding world.
Buy to Let or Buy to Sell
What about the terms BTL and BTS for buying a property in the UK? Before investing, determine long-term rent collection and short-term speculation.
Detailed dismantling of the appeal mechanism of British public schools
Hong Kong’s education system follows that of the United Kingdom, and although the allocation model is similar, even the appeal mechanism is quite the same.
Admission Standards for British Public Schools
As mentioned in the previous article, there are more than 24,000 public schools in the UK. Each school has different admissions criteria.
Five types in one essay, British State Schools
The BNO policy is promulgated, and past travel documents have become a way for holders to work and live in the UK.
Irene Lee: Before investing in a British building, one must clarify the concept
Ying Kui Johnson put forward a plan to revitalize the economy with the slogan " Build, Build, Build ", and put 12 billion pounds in real estate construction to stimulate the market; Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, immediately relayed the slogan on July 8.