Last week we reported the good news that study abroad programmes will be exempt from a new 25% tax on overseas payments imposed by the Brazilian government. A Department of Federal Revenue announcement (in Portuguese) this week has clarified how this new tax affects other course related fees.
Look round Buckingham Palace, watch Shakespeare on TV, eat smaller ice-creams and find out why beer is made with bread.
Every week, we summarise the UK news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
Meet our fourth English is GREAT competition winner. She won top marks for her self-composed song, performed in four parts. She'll study English in Wales.
All around the world, the life and work of the famous Scottish writer and poet Robert Burns (affectionately known as Rabbie Burns in Scotland) is celebrated with a special dinner - the Burns Supper.
In her winning film, Letícia Oliveira said speaking English would help her to understand who she is. Letícia will study at the Wimbledon School of English in London as a guest of English UK London. In this article she shares with us a little more about herself.
A UK legend dies, the first spacewalk by UK astronaut, a couple win GBP33 million and more.
Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
In February Guilherme Augusto de Oliveira, one of our English is GREAT: Speak to the World video competition winners, will travel to Northern Ireland.
Hosted by English UK Northern Ireland he'll spend two weeks studying English there with International House Belfast, Belfast Metropolitan College and North West Academy.
Over the next few weeks, we will profile the five winners of our English is GREAT: Speak to the World video competition. The prizes are a fully-funded two week scholarship to the UK.
First is Laio Veloso who is being hosted by English UK South West
Learn more about modern British culture - from the weather to cheering if a waiter drops a plate or glass - with this fun, short film starring English actor Stephen Fry.
Prince George goes to nursery, David Bowie dies, a famous stream train runs again and more.
The UK has a very warm December, nightclothes have become more popular, Sherlock returns for a New Year speacial and more.
Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about