“The moment we decided to send our son to study in England, there appeared the point of where to start or, actually, WHO to start with. It was clear that we had to find a consultant. @school-in-UK was the solution to our problem: their understanding of the British educational system and all its points shortened the time of our school searching and meant that we made no mistakes.
We found after having dealt with two agencies in Moscow by means of phone and the Internet that in such way the process appeared to be slow and rather expensive. But, fortunately, we saw an advertisement about an International Education Exhibition in Moscow. We saw and talked to many people from different British schools and agencies…
But, thank God, we met Stephen Hausey and that was the solution to our problem. Stephen Hausey and Neil Pockett are not simply agents; they are people with great work experience in the British educational system. In Moscow, our child was interviewed and tested to establish his English language level; we were then given recommendations for the future.
Stephen and Neil were very attentive towards our wishes about the school. Looking into the future we may say that the school was selected so successfully that our child (so home-loving and emotional) adapted to it very quickly and, of course, he stayed there for permanent study. They were very patient while consulting us about all our questions including the school choice, study, documents execution, guardianship. And for us their service was free. Of course we were glad with such help.
Our child has been studying in the UK since June 2011 and we are still in a close constant contact with Stephen. We are absolutely satisfied with the attention given to us. The agency supports our relations with school, helps and explains all the current moments. Julia Genkina, the Russian executive of the agency, is often in touch with us. Because of @school-in-UK, all the information about our son’s study, rest, MOOD (!) is efficient and exact. We are looked after J! Our dreams came true.”
Elena and Konstantin Popov, parents of the boarding pupil.