Annual Conference & AGM

Annual Conference & AGM

Wednesday 13 May 2020
The Oval, London

The English UK Annual Conference is one of the highlights of the English UK calendar, giving our members the chance meet, help shape the association and receive key updates on strategy, statistics and wider trends in UK ELT.

The 2019 conference saw record breaking attendance, analysis of student statistics, a panel discussion about Brexit opportunities and a inspirational insights on how to overcome challenges from an explorer. read more +

The programme

The annual conference includes the launch and detailed presentation of our annual student statistics report, reflections on the past year and a look forward to the coming year for the association. As well as the annual general meeting and guest speakers, the day includes opportunities for members to connect and discuss the issues that matter most to them.
Details coming soon...

Prices and booking

English UK member - first delegate FREE
English UK corporate member FREE
Additional delegate £165
Non-member visitors £225

Sponsorship and exhibition

With an expected attendance of over 250 delegates, sponsor or exhibit at the annual conference to meet the senior staff members and decision-makers from English UK member centres. All prices subject to VAT.


Corporate member 


Exhibition space + one representative  £920 £1,150

Additional representative

£165 £165

Event programme advert

£196 £245

What do delegates think?

"The updates were very useful and I think everyone's found the round tables a benefit – it would be great to carry on these discussions. The panel was good as well and gave a different perspective." - Dan Bryan, Languages International in Bath

"It's a step change – it feels quite different. There's definitely been some fresh ideas, and it's good to come and see what the wider industry is doing." - Jan Fossgard, Purley Language College

"It was great. There was a real buzz about the day and it was inspired to end with a session from explorer Benedict Allen, whose stories about exploration made our travel stories look tame." - Steve Phillips, English UK Chair