"I like Cardiff and am enjoying myself here. It's not too small; you can do everything here, social life especially. And there are not too many other Turkish students."
Find out more about Burcu's experience learning English in Wales...
We are thrilled to announce the five winners of our English is Great: Speak to the World competition. This is a campaign we've been running in Brazil to promote studying English in the UK.
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The days are short and the weather can sometimes be wet or cold - but there are lots of great things to do in the UK in winter...
English UK would like to wish everyone the very warmest season's greetings and look forward to seeing many of you at English UK events in 2016.
English UK has arranged a memorial service for Eddie Byers, our late chief executive, which will be held close to the English UK office in January 2016.
The British Council in Japan will publish its first "Education UK English Language Study Guidebook" and members are invited to book spaces to advertise their centre in this booklet.
Visitors' perception of the welcome given by the UK has improved for the fifth year in a row, with more tourists likely to recommend holidays here than ever before.
"I'm going to make this the best language association in the world". That was Eddie's pledge at his interview almost exactly two years ago, and that interview left the Board of Trustees in no doubt that we had found the man to lead English UK.
Sarah Cooper, board member and former chair, pays tribute to English UK's late chief executive, Eddie Byers.
English UK's latest inward mission was so successful that every participating agent who gave feedback says they would work with at least some the language centres they encountered.
The latest safeguarding policies and an insight into teacher training were well received by an audience of 20 agents at a joint English UK - British Council, Japan - JAOS agent briefing session in Tokyo today.
Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about