4 Ways To Reframe Moving To Berlin With Your Family

You’re satisfied with your life, your relationship is great, your kids are happy, and your partner drops a bombshell–they’ve had a magical job offer…in Berlin! You want to support them, of course you do. But your mind is spinning with questions, many, many questions. Possibly you are thinking about all the things you are giving up… but what about all the exciting things you are moving towards?…

Guide to Berlin Part 2: Kathryn’s Best of Charlottenburg

In this Berlin city guide series, friends of Archer Relocation share what they love most about the part of the city they call home. In our second instalment, Kathryn shares the best of Berlin-Charlottenburg. 

Who: Kathryn Gorman, an author and freelance writer

Berlin Neighbourhood: Charlottenburg

Moved to Berlin: December, 2019


What do you love about Berlin?

8 Communication Tips For Non-German Speakers Living in Germany

Aussie ex-pat Kathryn Gorman, a Communication Expert, Educator and Author, has been living in Berlin for over two years. We asked her for some tips to help you when you move to Germany.



You have arrived… in Germany, and Du sprichst kein Deutsch (You don’t speak German). What do you do? Larger cities tend to have more residents who speak English. In the smaller cities and towns, it can be harder to find English speakers.…

Moving to Berlin with a Family

Moving to Berlin With a Family: A Relocation Agency’s Checklist

If you’re moving to Berlin with a family you’re in for a treat. Berlin offers an excellent quality of life for families with children of all ages.

Moving with kids is always an adventure, and it can be a daunting one at that. But it doesn’t have to be! As relocation specialists, we’ve helped hundreds of families move to Berlin and are happy to share our expertise with you. 

Choosing and Enrolling in a School in Berlin

How to Choose and Enroll in a School in Berlin

Berlin is home to many different types of schools and finding the right school for your child can be a daunting task. While choosing a school is a very personal decision that only your family can make, we’ve put together a guide that we hope will help you choose a school in Berlin.

Choosing a School in Berlin: Public or Private?

The first thing families can do to narrow down their choices is to decide if they will send their children to the German state school, or to a private or public bilingual or international school.

International and Bilingual Schools in Berlin

If you are a family of non-native German speakers and are considering a move to Berlin, you will be happy to hear that there are quite a few international and bilingual schools in Berlin.  However, finding an open spot for your child can be quite tricky. …

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