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English UK: combining the best of the past with the best of the future
English UK has received further guidance from the Home Office relating to the recent extension in the use of e-gates at UK airports.
The English UK Annual Conference featured an expert panel discussing what the future might hold for ELT after Brexit. Their overall conclusions were that there were good opportunities for UK ELT and the wider international education sector post Brexit, but that work would need to be done and the government involved.
Using English is the best way to learn English – and collaborating to write and perform plays is probably one of the best ways of all.
The English language teaching sector is vital to helping refugees and asylum seekers make a life in the UK. Join English UK in supporting World Refugee Week next week to make sure refugees know they are welcome here in the UK.
Important information about using e-gates and course extensions are highlighted in our latest update.