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Things to Read: Learn More About Exchange As Your Exchange Experience Begins

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Students will be arriving soon for their exchange year around the world. Many have already arrived and in some places, they have started their school year. Perhaps you as a host family are taking a vacation before your student arrives and need something to read on the road. Perhaps your student has arrived and you […]

Communicating is Even More Important Than You Think

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One of the hardest things an exchange student or a host family may face is sharing information that might result in the student moving to a new family. We are talking about real life things. Things like a host parent or sibling being very ill. A host parent losing his or her job. Students discovering […]

How To Be A Parent When Your Child Is On An International Student Exchange Program

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by Jana Grobbelaar, Moomie, South Africa Regardless of whether your child is in secondary school or university, an international exchange program will be an enriching experience. There are many benefits for parents: your child will return with added maturity, a more serious approach to their studies, improved language fluency, and a greater comprehension of human […]

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