New temporary and precautionary measures have been confirmed following the emergence of the Omicron variant in the UK.
Meet qualified doctor Kawther Nasar, an alumn of the RefuAid 'Language: A Gateway' programme.
The issue of business rates for ELT centres has been raised once again in a House of Lords debate on legislation paving the way for a further £1.5bn to be distributed.
From Monday 22 November, more passengers arriving to England and Northern Ireland will be eligible for reduced entry requirements. Further vaccines have been approved, meaning more vaccinated adults will be eligible.
An unexpected vacancy on our Board of Trustees has been filled by the candidate who narrowly missed joining after the last election in May.
QUIC is our unique quarterly statistics scheme that provides in-depth insights on the UK ELT industry and its source markets every quarter. In 2021 it will run a little differently to normal.
35 English UK member centres have been chosen to take part in an international project to help improve the confidence, language and teaching skills of English Teaching Association (ETA) members in 40 nations.