Get up-to-date with British news and culture with English UKEvery week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
This week, there's a new Planet Earth TV series, the UK's oldest hotel burns down, the Great British Bake Off finds a winner, and an ancient statue's thumb is knocked off.
As part of the Shakespeare Lives campaign, we are marking the 400th anniversary since Shakespeare's death with a scholarship competition in Spanish speaking Latin America.
What do the school that inspired Hogwarts, the UK's oldest seaside resort and a cathedral by the architect who designed England's iconic red telephone boxes have in common?
Abdul needs English to study to be a mechanical engineer.
"The weather is very different to Saudi Arabia - I love if it's rain. I like the places and the transport - it's easy to go anywhere." Find out more about his experience...
Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
This week, experts say they can predict UK winters a year ahead, Olympic team gets a heroes welcome, 1066 battle is fought again and a sofa like a film star's lips is up for sale.
English UK member International House London has completed the first Cambridge English CELT-S programme to run in China with partners in the country.
Practise your English and find out what's going on in the UK with our weekly news roundup...
This week, we find out about spaghetti and paella wars, what Oxford university asks in interviews, how you can travel like James Bond, and why Marmite is in the news.
The autumn is one of the busiest times for the marketing teams at English UK member centres as they travel all over the world to promote studying in the UK.
This week find out about: a new statue in London's Trafalgar Square, how the English language is changing, which country Prince George and Princess Charlotte are visiting, and a GBP20 million painting that was discovered in a house in Scotland.