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A report by the UKBA chief inspector of immigration, John Vine, stating that there was a backlog of 152,000 notifications about changes in students' circumstances in May, which meant there could potentially have been "thousands" of migrants who were not complying with their visas, is "seriously misleading" says English UK's Chief Executive, Tony Millns.
Bookings are now open for the English UK Marketing Conference 2013. This year's event is on Friday 1 February and is the ideal event for professionals involved in marketing ELT programmes to international students, allowing them to expand their expertise and knowledge in a number of key areas.
Get up-to-date with British news and culture with English UK Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
The value of teachers questioning their own practice was one theme that came up again and again through many of the 25 elective sessions and two plenaries at this year's English UK Teachers' Conference, attended by more than 230 delegates.
Meet Jane Ji, the Chinese language centre headteacher who came to London especially for the English UK Teachers' Conference
Olga Kurganova is 27 and comes from Rostov-on-Don in Russia. She is studying General English with academic skills for three months at English UK member centre, Anglia Ruskin University. Find out more about her experience of living and studying in the UK.
London has beaten New York and Sydney in a survey of preferred city destinations for students and the under-25s.
Thirteen language teaching associations from round the world have now signed up to a declaration on international students drafted by English UK. The document calls on governments, agencies and institutions to promote international student mobility.