My son goes to an average international school here in Bangkok, he's only 12 and very bright for his age. The teachers at his school say that he has just as much opportunity to get a place at a top university in the UK, even if he stays here in Bangkok. But I have a nagging doubt that we're limiting his chances, and should move back to the UK, so that he has a better chance of getting into one of the better universities.
I'd appreciate very much any comments, do kids from an ordinary international school here in Bangkok have just as much chance as an applicant from a state school in the UK?
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