Member News
  • English UK's new conference: for everyone involved in ELT teaching and learning
    30 November 2017

    Best practice, current issues, innovative teaching methods and much more will be at the heart of English UK's two-day Academic Conference in January. 

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  • SEO: why it's still so relevant and how it will help you recruit students
    29 November 2017

    What is SEO, how can it help recruit students and how do you to it? Richard Bradford of Disquiet Dog, trainer at our ELT Digital Marketing Bootcamps, shares some key tips...

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  • English UK successfully pilots new event format
    28 November 2017

    English UK successfully pilots new event format Inclusive practice and special educational needs in ELT were at the focus of a new-style English UK event.

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  • English UK figures suggest ELT market recovery
    23 November 2017

    The first ELT growth since 2013 was seen this summer, according to new English UK figures.

    Members of the association's QUIC initiative reported 214,851 student weeks in the third quarter of 2017, compared with 183,203 in a predecessor scheme in 2016. This represents a year-on-rise of over 17 per cent.

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  • Opportunity for FE: take part in survey of international students
    22 November 2017

    If you are in FE, share this survey with new international students to support British Council sector-wide research into the international student journey and decision-making process.

    Share it with your international students before 31 January 2017 to receive a summary of findings.

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  • Another chance to join English UK's much-praised digital marketing course – don't miss out!
    20 November 2017

    "It's probably the best English UK training course I've ever been on," says Steve Oliver.

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  • Reasonable adjustments, wheelchair access and learning difficulties: ensure your ELT centre is inclusive
    16 November 2017

    How do you respond to enquiries about students who use wheelchairs? What counts as a "reasonable adaptation" to your centre? And how do you deal with students who turn out to have previously undiagnosed learning difficulties?

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  • Supporting students with special or additional needs in ELT?
    13 November 2017

    Getting ideas and guidance on helping students with additional needs in English language centres can be difficult. 

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  • New style of English UK Fair is popular with participants
    6 November 2017

    An innovative English UK fair which included Italian secondary school teachers as well as agents and member centres was so popular that extra places were created.

    The fair, in Milan, was designed to use the power of school teachers as influencers by giving them more information on studying with English UK, before introducing them to educators and reputable Italian agents.

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