Our English is GREAT: Speak to the World competition winners have finished their UK adventures and are heading back to Brazil. If you are in Brazil and interested in studying abroad, come along to the Salão do Estudante student fairs. We are back there this spring to answer any questions you have about learning English in the UK. And this time our #EnglishisGREAT winners will be joining us too!
If you'd like help choosing a language course in the UK, you may want to use an agency. The English UK Partner Agency Scheme (PAS) recognises study abroad agencies and educational consultancies that successfully promote the UK as an English language teaching destination
Studying abroad gets you a better degrees, strange things happening to UK food, and what the word Brexit means.
Every week, we summarise the UK news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
Shakespeare Lives is an unprecedented programme of events and activities running throughout 2016 to celebrate William Shakespeare's work. Under this Shakespeare Lives initiative, we are working with the British Council China to run 'Play your Shakespeare', a digital mass participation project.
How learning a language protects your brain, Google's boss can't say how much he's paid, Liverpool fans stop ticket price rise and British scientists designing new storage for radioactive materials.
In our Brazilian English is GREAT: Speak to the World competition, the entrants were asked to create a one-minute video blog (vlog) explaining, what English means to them. One of the final winner Henrique Monteiro sang and performed in his video, adapting the Spice Girls song Wannabe to explain why he "really really" wanted to come to the UK.
Henrique is being hosted by English UK North and will spend two weeks in February studying English at Melton College, in the historic city of York.
Friends star joins Top Gear, film crew blow up London bus, a 40-year-old murder makes news headlines and could Leicester City win the Premier League?
The winners of our English is GREAT: Speak to the World scholarship competition are starting their adventure in the United Kingdom.
The unsolvable spy puzzle, the GBP 66m lottery prize is won, the House of Parliament may close for repairs and explorer dies in Antarctica.