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  • 5 reasons to study English in Northern Ireland
    30 January 2023

    Visit our English with Confidence blog to read our five reasons to study English in Northern Ireland.

    Looking for a unique destination for your students to study English? Fans of Game of Thrones, Titanic or Derry Girls will love Belfast or Derry - both friendly cities with epic day trips options.

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  • English UK members help over 50 doctors to requalify in the UK
    28 January 2023

    In 2022, almost 250 refugees and asylum seekers had their life chances improved with the help of English UK members. 

    English UK and many of our member centres work with RefuAid, the charity which works to restore independence and dignity to refugees. To date, over 90 centres have worked with RefuAid to give their clients access to the language learning they need to pass the IELTS or OET exams, allowing them to continue their careers or education in the UK.  

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  • PRELIM 3 partnerships begin
    15 January 2023

    Work has begun between English UK members and their teacher partners in 25 countries on a project to create and disseminate bespoke classroom resources.  

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  • Annual student data submission: call for member centres to submit their 2022 student data to English UK
    9 January 2023

    It's that time of the year again where we ask our 330+ accredited member centres to spend a little time pulling together their 2022 student data for our annual student statistics report.

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  • Covid travel update for passengers arriving from or travelling to mainland China
    8 January 2023

    The reopening of travel between England and China is great news for English UK member language centres hoping to welcome Chinese students in 2023. Covid testing before travel is now the only requirement. 

    From 8 January 2023 Chinese nationals and certain visa holders can travel to China without needing to quarantine on arrival. All they will need is a negative PCR test taken not more than 48 hours before they travel. 

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