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The British Educational Travel Association (BETA) has published the findings of their study into the volume and value of the inbound UK youth, student and educational travel market.
Get up-to-date with British news and culture with English UKEvery week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
Most British people do not view international students as immigrants and would prefer to see the Government reduce other groups of migrants, according to new research. Two thirds of people did not support reducing the numbers of international students coming to the UK. Those who did want to cut student numbers saw little difference between those studying at English language centres, colleges or universities. Tony Millns, chief executive of English UK, said that the Government's target of cutting immigration to "the tens of thousands" had created a visa system which was a real deterrent to international students, yet the research showed this did not address the electorate's actual concerns about immigration.
With the launch of our new online briefing course, agencies from around the world will now have the chance to sign to the Partner Agency scheme. This scheme has been created to recognise study abroad agencies and educational consultancies that are successfully promoting the UK as an English language teaching destination.
English UK would like to invite all former students of Eden House College to a meeting between 12.15 and 14.45 on Monday 10 October 2011 at the Mayfair School of English, 14 Soho Street, London, W1D 3DN. The building is next door to Eden House College and you are requested to access the building from 67-71 Oxford Street and follow the signage.
British Trade & Cultural Office has announced that from 1 January 2012, Taiwanese young people would be eligible to apply for a Youth Mobility Scheme visa for the UK.
UKCISA's survey to gather feedback from international students who applied to come to the UK via the Tier 4 student route in 2011 is now live and ready.