Our online event, attended by 58 educators and 105 agents and buyers from all over the world, included over 1,000 online meetings and seminar briefings and focused on promoting UK summer programmes.
The second PRELIM scheme has £500,000 funding, supporting 40 ETAs which are working with 35 language centres.
Sameera Safi was a fourth-year medical student when she and her family were forced to flee Afghanistan in late 2018.
Top-level insights from the executive summary of English UK's QUIC 2021 statistics report show how sharply the Covid-19 pandemic affected UK ELT.
The Scottish government is being urged to provide financial support already being given in England and Wales.
English UK Scotland has written to the government's Directorate for Covid Business Resilience and Support (SECBS) asking for its members to receive a share of a new fund provided by Westminster for businesses that have received no other Covid relief.
We are deeply shocked and appalled by the decision of the Russian government to invade Ukraine. The consequences of this violent invasion and the humanitarian crisis that is unfolding will affect many people across the ELT community.
We have made steady progress on our antiracism plan. An early draft of our survey of staff and the ELT community on their experiences of racism and discrimination has been shared with the action group, which came up with an initial five objectives for us.