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  • Business English UK Open Days, 3-8 May 2010
    26 March 2010

    Business English UK is a special interest group of English UK. It is formed by a group of leading language centres who are passionate about teaching English for business. Business English UK Open Days is aimed at offering opportunities for business English trainers outside the UK to visit Business English UK member schools and participate in the annual Business English Trainers’ Conference in London. A number of BEUK members around the UK will open their doors to welcome overseas trainers between 3 – 7 May 2010.

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  • Feedback requested on English Profile
    21 March 2010

    English Profile is a groundbreaking collaborative research project that is working to provide a detailed set of Reference Level Descriptions for English. Teachers and others involved in the teaching of high level learners are invited to provide feedback on draft "Can Do" statements for C level learners on the English Profile website -

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  • British Council ELT Research Partnership Scheme
    17 March 2010

    Call for proposals now open
    The British Council invites proposals for the second ELT Research Partnership Scheme. Through this scheme we aim to promote partnerships between UK and overseas academic institutions, and to encourage and facilitate research that will impact on ELT practice around the world. 

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  • Call for Papers - Business English Trainers' Conference 2010
    12 March 2010

    Would you like to speak at the 2010 Business English Trainers' Conference?

    We are now accepting proposals for speakers for this event, taking place at International House London on Saturday 8th May 2010.

    For further details on how to submit a paper please CLICK HERE 

    Please note that the deadline for proposals is Friday 19th March.

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  • British Council survey on student safety
    12 March 2010

    The British Council is undertaking its 2010 "International Student Safety Questionnaire".

    The survey looks at student experiences and safety issues in the United Kingdom, and the deadline for completion is Friday 2 April 2010.

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