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  • What’s in the party manifestos about ELT? And how do I contact my election candidates about it?
    24 May 2017

    To support English UK members who want to raise the profile of the accredited English language teaching (ELT) industry during the election campaign, we've produced a guide to the three main manifestos and a complete list of candidates in each constituency.

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  • Get ready for summer by boosting staff motivation
    24 May 2017

    Teacher motivation is a key, especially for summer school education, says Steve Wheeler, an expert in setting up and managing summer schools. Without it, neither teacher nor student will enjoy the course.

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  • Reports, analysis and securing business in the future
    25 April 2017

    This year, there is a lot to sink your teeth into at the English UK Annual Conference.

    The conference will see the launch of two new substantial reports, sector developments and the affect of Brexit and other environmental challenges on UK ELT.

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  • Influencing the debate on international students
    21 April 2017

    How can we influence the debate on international students in the UK? Nick Laitner, managing director of MHP Communcations, will chair an equally qualified panel at the English UK Annual Conference next month to tackle this topic.

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  • Immigration and visa policy after Brexit: Professor Jonathan Portes to speak at annual conference in May
    21 March 2017

    Jonathan Portes, will cover the negotiations, post-Brexit immigration policy and possible implications for the sector and for English UK members in particular at the English UK Annual Conference in Bristol this May.

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