The Eddie Byers Scholarships, in memory of the late chief executive of English UK, are now open to applicants from UK charities for the first time.
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, the little Prince George is about to start school; the royal taxi of the Duke of Edinburgh sent to a museum; find out where is the Beatles festival hosted this year and discover the state of London after the attack.
English UK has joined other UK authorities urging students and families not to be alarmed, after London became the latest European city to be affected by terrorism.
We know many English UK member centres undertake charitable activities and we are delighted to further support and contribute to this culture.
This week, enjoy the Houses of Parliament from your bed, find out why the kids disturbed the reporter live on air, jars without content soar and police helped drunk student get home without address.
English UK's recent regional fair attracted great feedback from UK educators pleased with the opportunity to maximise networking time with quality educational tour operators (ETOs) from across the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia.
This week, find out just how much British people love dogs, the latest news on the Harry Potter play, who's going to be the next Dr Who, and the hair craze which is banned from schools. Also, see Hugh Grant dance again!
This week, home-delivery meals become more popular, find out why women are washing their hair less and why Big Ben doesn't sound like any other bell, and meet the men who found 5,000-year-old jewellery in a field.
Whatever your interest, you can learn how to talk about it in English at one of our member centres.
This week, Leicester Football Club is still in the news, a new Blue Planet series is coming, millions of library books are missing, a pie at a football match leads to an investigation, and have YOU got a Golden Ticket?