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list Summer in the UK - students study & relax at our member centres' beautiful gardens
 

British people are famous for their love of gardens. Our member centres have found that a garden, however small, is really popular with students who love to spend time studying or relaxing there with friends. See what some of our member centres and their students had to say about their gardens.

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list StudyWorld London 2012 - have you registered yet?
 

StudyWorld London is a must for all in the international education business. Will you be there? There's less than four weeks - register now so you don't miss out.

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list Register now for English UK & Lost in London’s 2012 Brit Pop ‘n’ Bowl Party on 4 September
 

Have you booked to attend this year's StudyWorld London or are thinking about coming? Registration is now open for an exclusive British themed social event for participating agents, English UK members and English UK corporate members.

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list English UK welcomes newest regional group
 

English UK is delighted to welcome its newest regional group, English UK East. The group was formed in summer 2012 and has around 20 members so far.

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list English UK Fairs 2012/13 - dates for your diary
 

Participation at the English UK Fairs is free for agents. There is still time to register for Dead Sea Jordan and Macau, which takes place in October and November this year. You can also book your place at one of our 2013 fairs taking place in Prague and Lima.

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list Update on UKBA & student visas
 

Since the last English UK newsletter in May, there has been a number of updates to UK visa applications and priority visa services in various countries.

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list English UK's guide to travelling and studying in... Nottingham
 

Notably most famous worldwide for the Robin Hood legend, Nottingham also has a reputation for being and young and lively, thanks partly to its two universities. With so much history, culture, and nightlife for students - Nottingham has something for everyone.

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list What's on in the UK - your guide to the next few months
 

Even though the Olympic and Paralympic Games will be drawing to a close in September, there is still so much to do in the UK. Take a look at English UK's guide to the major events and exhibitions being held in the UK from September up to and including November.

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list Be recognised as a quality agency - join English UK's Partner Agency Scheme
 

The English UK Partner Agency Scheme recognises study abroad agencies and educational consultancies that are successfully promoting the UK as an English language teaching destination. Partnership status is exclusive to successful and high quality agencies and is viewed as an extra mark of quality.

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list Partner Agency interview - Onur Yaldizkaya from Idealist Education Consultancy
 

Onur Yaldizkaya is the Principal of Idealist Education Consultancy. Idealist Education Consultancy was the first agency in Turkey to be recognised as an English UK Partner Agency. Find out more about them and how becoming a partner agency has benefited the company.

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list English UK brings agents to Central England
 

In May, 12 leading educational agents attended an English UK inward mission that was designed to showcase Central England.

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list Student Profile: Pauline Chardon from Belgium
 

Pauline Chardon is 23 and comes from Belgium. She is studying English with internship for six months at English UK member centre, British Study Centres Brighton. Find out more about her experience of living and studying in the UK.

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list English UK shortlisted for STM Star School Association award
 

Thank you to all who nominated us as Study Travel Magazine (STM) Stars. Once again English UK has reached the shortlist for the Star School Association award.

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list English UK supports MPs' call for international students to be taken out of migration count
 

English UK welcomes the recommendation by a committee of MPs that the Government should exclude students from its net migration target, with the Home Affairs Committee saying that it is important that the UK does not fall behind its international competitors by becoming a less attractive option for international students.

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list English UK membership update
 

Since the spring edition of the English UK newsletter in May, another three language centre members have joined English UK.

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list Corporate Members
 

Corporate membership of English UK is open to organisations, businesses and individuals who provide auxiliary services to the ELT sector.

Find out who our corporate members are.

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