A major competition to promote studying English in the UK is being launched in Latin America this weekend.
Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
This week, England loses its second national football manager in six months, dinosaurs had ginger hair, a sporting hero saves his brother in the triathlon and yet more news about the UK's favourite TV show.
This week: UK does well in Paralympic Games, Great British Bake Off goes soggy, Winnie the Pooh gets a new friend and UK pubs are changing.
BLS English, an English UK member based in Bury St Edmunds, UK, has launched a new 'Passion for British Classic Cars' programme for international students.
On Friday 16 September, English UK member centre Language in London closed.
Students affected by this closure will be able to complete their course at another accredited centre at no additional cost.
This week: New words for the English language; everyone's listening to the radio; paralysed woman first over the line at a half marathon; Jeremy Clarkson and the new house.
With 450+ member centres ranging from small, family-run schools and boarding schools to international study centres, state universities and colleges, English UK has plenty to offer the world.
This week: Houses of Parliament to close for six years , Pink Floyd reunite, the UK's most popular baby names and London remembers the Great Fire.