Covid-19's impact on the UK ELT sector is being debated in Parliament this Wednesday and, while there is no motion or vote, adjournment can be very effective for highlighting important issues like the difficulties facing our £1.4bn industry.
To support and lead the way, English UK has announced a groundbreaking summit so members and international partners can share expert insight and discuss individual opportunities in one-to-one meetings.
Further UK Visa Application Centres will resume services in June and July.
Help us to support you. Complete this important survey by Friday 26 June.
This is the most important of our recent surveys, and the results will help us lobby for Government assistance for our industry through this crisis and into recovery.
Racism is unacceptable. As international educators working in the UK ELT sector, we strive to bring communities together.
The British Council have announced that their accreditation scheme will be extended to include blended/online courses with synchronous (live) teaching, starting with provision offered by providers already accredited by the British Council.