The programme for the ELT Teachers' Conference 2012, supported by Cambridge ESOL, is now online - you can see the speakers and topics of what is our biggest event of the year.
Confirmed speakers include well-established names such as Jeremy Harmer, Adrian Underhill, Loraine Kennedy, Nik Peachey and Frances Eales. Members can take advantage of an early-bird rate of £70 + VAT until Monday October 1 at www.englishuktraining.com.
Spoilt for choice and can't make a decision on who to see? Don't worry - delegates can choose and change elective sessions up to one week before the conference.
Please remember we may not be able to offer refunds if places are not used.
Almost 70 English Language students have been placed on alternative courses free of charge after their college in Bournemouth shut unexpectedly.
English UK and the British Council held an evening launch event for three English language market reports on China, Italy and Turkey.
Sharply rising numbers of newcomers and senior educators at this year's StudyWorld London appear to reflect changing conditions in the study abroad market. With fantastic post appointment networking opportunities, from an oriental themed Welcome Reception, to an innovative Brit Pop 'n' Bowl Party, this year's StudyWorld was a great success.
Bowling, pies, karaoke and Pimms were the winning combination for a fantastic event attended by around a third of StudyWorld London's guests. English UK and Lost in London's Brit Pop 'n' bowl party created an excellent opportunity for members and agents to network in a fun and relaxed environment.
English UK member centre Regent's College in London is now one of only five private institutions in the UK to be able to validate its own degrees, and will shortly change its name to Regent's University London.
English UK is very pleased to have won the Star School Association Award for 2012, which was announced at the Study Travel Magazine Star Awards ceremony on Saturday 1 September at the London Hilton on Park Lane.