For the second year running, we are pleased to announce the publication of our annual magazine; Bright Eye.
2015 is a very special year for Bright world, as the company will celebrate its 15th birthday on the 22nd of September. To celebrate such a momentous occasion, inside this years' edition of Bright Eye, we have reminisced about how Bright World has grown from a tiny home office into the UK's leading guardianship and placement organisation.
Also in the magazine, an exclusive behind the scenes look at our new Travel and Accommodation department, the story behind our annual Local Coordinator conference and even a staff baby competition! We've also included plenty of helpful tips for prospective students plus an interesting look at the cultural and artistic aspects of the UK, that make Britain such a fantastic place to study.; fashion, festivals, food and even the weather!
Readers can also learn about Relax and Revise, our exciting new residential programme which offers a fun alternative to Homestay, in which students can study and socialise with their school friends.
Bright Eye is distributed to UK schools as well as students and agents around the world. We have received an extremely positive response after the release of our first edition and we hope that it continues to be useful to all who read it.
Please click here to view a digital copy of our magazine.
We hope that you enjoy reading Bright Eye as much as we enjoyed creating it!
Bright World can place students at over 250 UK Boarding Schools. For further information, or if you are interested in finding out more about placement and uk guardianship, please get in touch via our enquiry form
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