The CEO and founder of The Nanny Line from The Netherlands takes us through her day. more

Business & Working

Priyankaa Joshi, 25, a writer/editor from the UK, reveals her day as part of the Communications team at the EU Business School. more

Business & Working

Looking for a nursery school in or close to Barcelona for your child? Here are some of the best options. more

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Afterscool is the solution you need for your family. more

Business & Working

Nearly three months of holidays may be a delight for the children, but it can leave a lot of parents scratching their heads. Read on for the best of Barcelona's summer schools. more

Settling In

The University of Barcelona has once again risen up the NTU’s international university ranking, along with holding on to its position as number one university in Spain. more

In the City

Barcelona is home to many acclaimed business schools and students come from far away to study here. There's a huge variety of courses on offer, from Bachelors and Masters to Phds, covering everything business and management-related. more

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Language Class

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If you want to learn Catalan, there are a number of options to help you on your way more

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Choosing a school can be a daunting task for any parent. If you're considering an international school in Barcelona, here's some essential information to set you on the right path. more

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Sonia Gigler talks with Helena Munín about what led her to set up Kinder Barcelona (Poblenou), a multilingual alternative nursery and kindergarten for children up to the age of 6 years and their families, and about its development more


Juila Weems

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Julia Weems is the director of the Fashion department at the Instituto Europeo di Design Barcelona—Nicola Reid spoke to her about the school, sustainable fashion, and her earliest style experiences more


Interview with a mother

Johanna Bailey talks to a foreign mother living in Barcelona who sent one of her children to an international school and the other to a local 'concertada' more

Oct 18, 2011 10:29 AM Family matters 4 Comments

Back to school

Johanna Bailey considers the pros and cons of local and international schools in Barcelona more

Sep 19, 2011 12:13 PM Family matters

Friday 16th September

Wealth tax to be re-introduced - Education secretary cautiously welcomes suspension of school language ruling - Judge rules police charge against protestors was 'excessive' more

Sep 16, 2011 10:09 AM THE INFORMER NEWS BLOG

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