Member news
  • 'What a caterpillar calls death, we call a butterfly' and more at the English UK Management Conference 2016
    29 February 2016

    With sessions on development and coaching, managing change, supporting your teachers and helping yourself, the English UK Management Conference 2016 is a must-attend event for all academic managers, directors of studies principals and directors.

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  • Complying with Prevent, adapting to new market conditions and more at the English UK Member Roadshow Scotland
    28 February 2016

    A range of major issues, including fulfilling the government's Prevent requirements and the changing nature of UK ELT as an industry, as well as English UK's strategic plan, public affairs work and major international campaigns, were discussed at the English UK Member Roadshow Scotland, held at the Edinburgh Language centre.

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  • English UK welcomes two new assistants to the International team
    27 February 2016

    We are pleased to welcome to new assistants to the International team, Ronald Janssen, who will support market development projects and Vera Willhalm, who will support StudyWorld London.

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  • Play your Shakespeare: promoting the UK in China. Which English UK member will give the best performance?
    17 February 2016

    Shakespeare Lives is an unprecedented programme of events and activities running throughout 2016 to celebrate William Shakespeare's work. Under this Shakespeare Lives initiative, we are working with the British Council China to run 'Play your Shakespeare', a digital mass participation project.

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  • English UK's Oxford Roadshow: universities and colleges want wider 11-month visa, and more
    16 February 2016

    Almost a third of participants at English UK's latest member roadshow, in Oxford, were from public sector universities and FE colleges.

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  • English is GREAT winner Henrique Monteiro on why he 'really, really' wanted to come to the UK.
    13 February 2016

    In our Brazilian English is GREAT: Speak to the World competition, the entrants were asked to create a one-minute video blog (vlog) explaining, what English means to them. One of the final winner Henrique Monteiro sang and performed in his video, adapting the Spice Girls song Wannabe to explain why he "really really" wanted to come to the UK.

    Henrique is being hosted by English UK North and will spend two weeks in February studying English at Melton College, in the historic city of York.

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  • The search has begun for our new Chief Executive
    12 February 2016

    We are looking for a new Chief Executive to lead our strong and enterprising team, and to engage with a diverse range of stakeholders, in creating and implementing a strategy for the next stage in the association's growth.

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  • English is GREAT is great for attracting students, says English UK member
    11 February 2016

    Our English is GREAT campaign returns to Brazil later this month, and there's still a chance for our member centres to join us to make the most of it.

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  • ELT students a highlight of the English UK Marketing Conference
    9 February 2016

    Out of all the interesting sessions at the English UK Marketing Conference, the most popular with delegates was a session where current ELT students talked about their experiences in the UK.

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  • Adventures begin for English is GREAT: Speak to the World winners
    8 February 2016

    The winners of our English is GREAT: Speak to the World scholarship competition are starting their adventure in the United Kingdom.

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  • Follow what's happening at today's English UK Marketing Conference on Twitter
    5 February 2016

    Although it is too late to join today's English UK Marketing Conference in person, you can still get a flavour of the event, and perhaps even pick up some helpful hints, by following us on twitter. 

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  • PON funded programmes: exploring the opportunities
    3 February 2016

    English UK members are invited to join an information session on PON funding on Wednesday 24 February in London.

    Around 20,000 young people studied English abroad in 2014 with support from PON funding, which amounts to three billion euros for 2014-2020.

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  • Statistics, Tier 4, Accreditation and more discussed at English UK's Cambridge member roadshow
    1 February 2016

    English UK members were able to ask questions about the association's plans, policies and much more at the first of its 2016 Roadshow events, held in Cambridge.

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