The Telegraph - ‘Brexit shows how much we need international education’

Published on 30th June, 2016 by Andrew Wigford. Published in For Candidates / TIC News

Article by John Walmsley, Pricipal at UWC Atlantic College

Last week saw the biggest political decision in a generation - a referendum on Britain's continued membership of the European Union. The Leave outcome has a significant impact on not only the UK, but Europe and the world. 

This week, The Telegraph featured an article from John Walmsley, Principal of UWC Atlantic College in Llantwit Major (close to TIC Recruitment HQ). In the article, John proposes that no matter which side you take, the result shows how important international education is to the next generation.

If you're a teacher or school leader, we recommend reading the article and join the conversation on Twitter at @TICRecruit.

Read 'Brexit shows how much we need international education' on The Telegraph website

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Andrew Wigford

Andrew is Managing Director of TIC. He has been involved in international education both as a teacher and Headteacher for over 25 years and has worked in Germany, Colombia and Austria. He set up TIC recruitment in 2005 to help teachers find great jobs in great international schools.