Member news
  • Call for Speakers - ELT Management Conference 2011
    25 November 2010
    English UK is now accepting proposals to speak at the prestigious ELT Management Conference which takes place on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th March 2011 at the brand new conference venue, TheStudio, in Manchester. read more +
  • English UK issues press release on why student visas are the wrong targets for cuts
    24 November 2010
    The following press release was issued by the association on Monday, outlining why student visas are the wrong targets for cuts. read more +
  • Government can change visa system whilst protecting one of the UK's top five export industries, says English UK
    22 November 2010
    English UK today published its input to the government's review of the UK visa system for students, with proposals we believe will help meet the objectives of reducing net migration and reducing abuse of the system, whilst protecting one of our top five export industries. read more +
  • 3 for 2 offer on all training days
    19 November 2010
    English UK is currently running a three for two offer on all training days that are scheduled up until the end of the 2010-2011 academic year. read more +
  • English UK Teachers' Conference attracts record numbers
    17 November 2010
    What does a man in a gorilla suit, practical advice on creative teaching, and tips on ways to turn a British Council inspection from an ordeal into an opportunity have in common? They were among the many highlights of the English UK Teachers' Conference, held in London at the weekend. read more +
  • English UK Teachers' Conference Sold Out
    10 November 2010
    The upcoming English UK Teachers' Conference on 13th November is now sold out! The Prospero House venue near London Bridge is set to welcome over 270 teachers with the total number of participants expected to exceed 320. This number far exceeds the previous record for attendees and is a recognition of the high regard in which the event is held by English UK members. Delegates are advised to get to the venue in good time and will be able to enjoy a welcome breakfast on arrival.
  • Behold the new English UK Campus!
    9 November 2010
    English UK Campus has been revamped and some very useful functions have been added. If you're curious and would like to have a look, why not participate in one of McMillan English Campus' short online demos. read more +
  • English UK Teachers' Conference - don't miss the greatest show in town
    5 November 2010

    Excitement is building with just over a week to go till this year’s English UK Teachers’ Conference. Interest in the 2010 event which will be held at Prospero House in London on 13th November remains high with attendance levels likely to break all records. An added treat for delegates at this year’s event is a gigantic fireworks display organised as part of the Lord Mayor’s Show which can be viewed from 5pm on London’s nearby South Bank. CLICK HERE for further details of the show and please go to the training section of the website for booking details for the conference.

  • Changes to Gibbs Denly Insurance
    4 November 2010

    Following recent discussions on the English UK forum regarding Gibbs Denley's insurance for students from non-EEA countries, they would like to clarify the situation.

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  • Education and Training Sector Opportunities Seminar
    4 November 2010

    Date: 15 November 2010
    Time: 09:30-17:30
    Cost: Free
    Join UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) for a one-day seminar designed to help London education and training companies make the most of international opportunities.

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  • Ireland strategy for international students
    4 November 2010

    The Irish government has announced plans to increase international student numbers in higher education by 50 per cent and the numbers in English language schools by 25 per cent.

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  • British Council seminar - Resourcing the teaching of ESOL
    2 November 2010

    Tuesday 16 November 2010
    City Inn, Manchester
    The British Council is launching an area of its Teaching English website dedicated to the teaching of ESOL. At this seminar, practicing ESOL teachers will present some of the resources they have developed for the pages.

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