Where to relocate if you want to speak English – avoid the US!

We French are told many times that our English level is not good enough compared with our European counterparts. If you want to face this stereotype and improve your English skills, here a list of the top English-speaking destinations – excluding the US – based on the last Expat Insider survey from Internations.  
Calmly under the sun
If climate is a key element in your destination choice, then the island-based country of Malta should be top of your list. Expats located there are extremely satisfied with their choice, and not only for the weather but also for the high quality of life, the ease of settling in and the local prices, which allow you to keep your personal finances in good shape!
Working but also living!
If work-life balance is a top priority for you, then we recommend you to move a little bit further towards the south-east…. Precisely to New Zealand! Moving to New Zealand will allow you to enjoy your free time, as among the English-speaking countries, people living in “le pays des kiwis” work on average 42.2 hours per week. And what better way could there be to enjoy your evenings and weekends than surrounded by nature? New Zealand has an impressive landscape with a vast diversity of wildlife, and this is something that current expats really appreciate: 95% of them rate the quality of the environment positively.
With the family down under!
If you are moving with your family, don’t hesitate to relocate to Australia. The friendliness of the local population is unbeatable, especially for families with children. According to the Internations Expat Insider survey, Australia is one of the best places to move with. Not one participant rated the leisure facility options for children negatively!