Speaking at the Stonehage Fleming Next-Gen course in London, Jessica asks students “As our digital world becomes more entwined with our reality, are we in control of it, or is it in control of us?” Read more – https://bit.ly/2HwWoC7
At Dallington, we run private or group presentations and workshops for both parents and students to help understand the impact of digital engagement and social media interaction on personal health and wellbeing. We help our students to reflect on their digital habits and give them practical tools and methods to help maintain a balanced approach to social media and screen time.
This report provides a snapshot of global high net worth (HNW) and ultra-high net worth education trends and assesses where the UK fits in. A survey and in-depth interviews with HNW advisers inform the report. The publication includes insight into the connection between property and education choices, a review of current visas available for students coming to the UK, a guide to university choices and a look at special educational considerations in educating the next generation of wealthy families.
Preparing for University – Achieving Peace of Mind
Last September, the Obama’s helped their eldest daughter, Malia, move to Harvard to begin her university career. Upon leaving her dorm, Barack likened the experience to “open-heart surgery”, reminding us that the transition from school to University is a significant one for both the student and parent.