From 2 August, vaccinated adults and under 18s arriving from the EU and the US will no longer need to quarantine on arrival.
This affects many of the main UK ELT markets in Europe and is a positive move for our industry. We know from speaking to member schools and agents that there is pent-up demand from students. We look forward to seeing more students in our classrooms in the coming months.
Representatives from member centres as far away as York, Hull, Bournemouth, and Margate braved the heatwave to join us in Westminster on Monday 19 July to protest at the lack of effective government support for the sector.
Today we published our wide-ranging antiracism plan to promote a fairer, more inclusive and equitable UK ELT sector.
Join us in Westminster on Monday 19 July for our save #UKELT day of action.
Our new campaign to reassure and rebuild the international market for UK ELT has been launched.
Read the letter that 36 backbench Conservative MPs have sent to the Prime Minister urging for help for the UK ELT sector
A group of backbench MPs have asked Boris Johnson for urgent Government support for UK ELT schools at risk of permanent closure because of Covid travel regulations.
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Course participants and member centres involved in the PRELIM project shared moving testimonies of their experiences in the British Council funded project.
Our new research into the future of Europe as an ELT market has been made exclusively available to members and centres accredited by the British Council.