The economic performance of developed countries has proven better than expected in recent months but Aidan Manktelow, Director of the Economist Intelligence Unit's risk briefing service, points to emerging markets as the drivers of global growth in the longer term.
English UK announced today that bookings will open for this year's ELT Management Conference at 3pm on Monday, 24 January. There is expected to be keen interest from members in this year's event, which will be held on 4 and 5 March and hosted at The Studio (www.studiovenues.co.uk) in Manchester.
The British Council invites you to the launch of the English Language Market Report: Spain which will be held at: 18.30 on 26 January at the British Council in Spring Gardens, London. The report marks the first in a series of market intelligence reports on English language student markets around the world.
The latest edition of the British Council seminar programmme will be held on 18 January at Spring Gardens in London. The evening session will be led by David Baker and Keith Harding and will focus on building common ground between ESP and ESOL in the UK.
Learning Without Frontiers would like to invite English UK members interested in the business and learning potential of smartphones and tablets (i.e. iPad) to a fringe event of the LWF Conference next Tuesday in London.
The event, "Disruptive innovation, what impact will handheld learning have on language education and publishing?" will take place at the Cass Business School, City University London, 106 Bunhill Row London EC1Y 8TZ on 11 January 2011.