Multicultural schools in the U.K. attract international interest

Independent schools in the U.K. are boosting their international enrollments to help deepen students' cultural understanding and language learning. "Our students will live and work in an increasingly internationalized world and will require skills such as communication, flexibility and teamwork. Learning alongside teenagers from other countries and cultures can only help," said Lou Belrhiti, head of boarding at Bede's School in East Sussex.

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