Boarding schools buck the trend with their global outlook

In an article in the Telegraph, 11/01/12, HMC's General Secretary, William Richardson, comments on the success of boarding schools in spite of the troubled economic climate.

Mr Richardson said: “Schools are seeking a more diverse range of pupil nationalities because one of the perceptions is that there’s an exciting international world out there. People who go into schools which are quite international, and then go on to higher education which is also increasingly international, are going to be well-placed: this kind of education is the new gold standard of the international labour market.”

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