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list New multilingual course finder on the English UK website
 

Students and agents wanting to research courses in the UK can now do so far more easily. English UK's course finder is now available in 12 different languages - Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish!

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list Regional focus: Bournemouth & Poole
 

Bournemouth and Poole are popular destinations for international students coming to the UK, particularly language students. Their obvious attractions include warm and sunny weather, sandy beaches, lively nightlife and pleasant surroundings.

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list StudyWorld London 2010
 

StudyWorld London is a must for anybody in the international education business – have you registered yet? There’s less than six weeks to go and appointments are being taken fast!

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list Student Profile: Jorge Vidarte from Spain
 

Jorge Vidarte is 25 years old and comes from the Basque area of Spain. He is on a 12-week course at English UK member Suzanne Sparrow Language School in Plymouth.

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list The Spring Inward Mission Review
 

English UK held another successful inward mission in late May for 15 agents from South America. The busy schedule included visits to Bournemouth, Torquay, Paignton, Exeter, Bristol and London, and was run in association with English UK South West.

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list Corporate Members
 

English UK's corporate members include examination bodies, insurance brokers, student accommodation providers, IT software and support companies, and communication system providers.

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list English UK Fair, Hanoi 2010
 

English UK and the English Language Promotions Group (ELPG) will be holding a fair in November for agents from the Asia Pacific region to meet with English UK member centres.

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list Changes to Tier 4 visa rules announced
 

The required English language level for most visa students was temporarily dropped to A1 on the CEFR after a British court ruled that the Government had not followed the law in its previous changes to the visa rules. Now the Government has announced that most students will once again have to be at B1 level in order to get a General Student Visa.

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list Where English UK will be for the remainder of 2010
 

During the remaining months of 2010, English UK will be travelling to destinations around the world, meeting prospective international students, study abroad agents, British Council staff and members of the press. We look forward to meeting you.

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list Immigration minister promises to look again at B1 language rule
 

Immigration Minister Damian Green and UK Border Agency Chief Executive Lin Homer undertook to work with English UK and its members to look for alternative solutions to maintaining the controversial language requirement for visa-national students on English language courses.

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