English UK has partnered with mobile banking service Loot to offer international students an easy, free solution to manage their money while studying in the UK.
Starting in Beijing, and moving on to Hangzhou and Guangzhou, the China Roadshow 2016 brought 33 UK institutions and over 300 agents together across three full days of one-to-one business meetings.
The 30 videos with the highest number of YouTube views have now been shortlisted ready to be judged by a final panel of experts.
Winners will be announced on 12 December.
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, millions of pounds is going to be spent on building work at Buckingham Palace, the first storm of the winter causes floods, a spider is banned from the Houses of Parliament, and UK radio shows may be available all over the world.
Risa Kitano is 31 and comes from Tokyo, where she is a well-known pop singer.
"I chose Torquay because I thought there would not be any Japanese people here so I would be able to concentrate on my English"
This week, Andy Murray becomes the world's top male tennis player, university students want to carry on finding out their exam results from a public list, changes to a chocolate bar are mocked, and a student's Christmas advert gets him a job.
Mining experts and those who want to enter a career in the industry are the target for a new specialist suite of courses at English UK member the Devon School of English.
"American English is very common in Brazil but I chose to come to the UK because it is close to other countries like Italy and France. You can't do that in the USA."
Lucas Marinho Da Silva's experience studying at Leeds English Language School...
This week, people are wondering if Prince Harry has a new girlfriend, a politician says he didn't kill a dog, the world's most boring calendar is created, and a new coin is revealed.
Shan Ding, of Beijing New Oriental Walkite International Education and Travel, shares how he came to work for one of the biggest agencies and how satisifying it is to see students develop - both personally and in their English - on English language courses in the UK.