Press releases

These releases cover all aspects of the Association's work, from commenting on government policy or new research through fairs and events promoting studying in the UK to training events and conferences. To keep things simple, only major releases are posted here: check our news section to find every story about us.

We are happy to help journalists with questions about UK ELT, please contact Communications Consultant Susan Young on susan@englishuk.com.

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  • Bookings up – but don't let quality drop, ELT providers told at marketing conference
    9 February 2017

    It is vital for UK ELT providers to keep quality high during the current exchange rate-fuelled "short-term boom in bookings," English UK's chief executive has said.

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  • English UK partners with Loot for easy student banking
    28 November 2016

    English UK has partnered with mobile banking service Loot to offer international students an easy, free solution to manage their money while studying in the UK.

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  • Inspiration, professional development and catching up with colleagues: the English UK Teachers’ Conference 2016
    22 November 2016

    Preparing students for a world where they are most likely to speak English with other non-native speakers, supporting learning difficulties and classroom research were just a few of the subjects tackled at a packed English UK Teachers' Conference this year.

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  • Vocabulary project wins teachers' Action Research award
    18 November 2016

    A teacher who began her career in Russian schools has won the third English UK/ Cambridge English Language Assessment Action Research scheme award.

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  • English UK and StudyPortals renew deal bringing cost-effective direct marketing to members
    17 November 2016

    English UK members will continue to get a free or discounted listing on one of Europe's leading course search websites after the organisation renewed its deal with the Study Portals group for a further year.

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