Malaca Instituto is an award winning School of Spanish and is widely recognised to be amongst the world’s leading language schools.
Offering a very wide range of programmes, Malaca Instituto’s Young Adult summer courses start from : 17th June, 1st, 15th and 29th July (2 or 4 weeks only) and 12th Aug (2 weeks only).
Working in an international association of language centres and never having stepped in to one as a student made me curious to try out a beginner’s course at IALC-accredited language school Linguaviva, in Florence.
I had been to...
Based in South Devon's picturesque countryside, lies the beautiful historic town of Totnes. Since 1980, English in Totnes has offered a range of English courses for individuals and groups from 4 years upwards.
In an interview...
Kingsway English Centre is now one of only a few schools in the UK to provide English training courses for medical staff to pass their OET or IELTS exam
Kingsway English Centre in Worcester is one of just 11 official OET (Occupational English Test) Preliminary Preparation Providers in the whole of the UK.
For 30 years, Kingsway English Centre has been providing short, intensive...
Impact English College student wins International Student of the Year award at VIEA 2017
Ninety-four percent of IALC students would recommend to a friend
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According to the Australian Department of Education and Training (DET), total international enrolments increased by 12% in the year to October 2016, compared with the same period in 2015.
In the DET’s International Student Data...
Travel study is an increasingly complex field, and as the IALC Study Travel Research Report reveals, has an increasingly sophisticated client base. While nearly 80% of students are travelling to learn a second language, one in...
Northampton's International Language Institute earns highest ranking from national accreditation authority
ACCET first accredited ILI in 1984, and has continued its recognition of the school’s excellence since then.
“We are proud to earn ACCET’s highest accreditation,” said ILI Board President Eric Wirth. “It underscores the...
A brave and crazy team from IALC member French in Normandy, a French language school in Rouen, France, has just finished the 2016 Mongol Rally, raising €16,000 for Heart Children’s Home in Kenya.
Heart was founded by Julia...
Impact English College (Melbourne campus) General English Advanced class, headed up by class teacher Anna Kay, organised a college wide charity drive in support of the Asylum Seeker Research Centre (ASRC) after reading an article...
2016 sees Malaca Instituto, once again, attain a 100% pass rate for students of the PAU/Selectividad exams enabling them to enter Undergraduate Degree courses at Spanish universities.
A few years ago, the international press had...
Leading language centre Excel English in London has launched an English language learning app. It features videos, speaking activities, pronunciation practice and much more, and is FREE!
The Excel English app is a fun way to...
"The USA offers unique destinations for students that reflect the wide variety of programs offered. Students can chose big city adventures or explore smaller city opportunities..."
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Good Hope Studies, which has taught English in Cape Town since 1995 and run volunteer programmes throughout South Africa since 2009, has created a separate brand for its volunteer programmes: Good Hope Volunteers.
A mixed team from the International Baccalaureate course at St Clare's Oxford won the IALC Trophy at this year's Oxford Fun Run, which raised an estimated 16,000 GBP for various charities. The IALC Trophy is open to teams from...
A new report from IALC compares the current and future demand for nine foreign languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
"Trends in the Demand for Foreign Languages" also...
The English Language Teaching (ELT) industry, although an often overlooked sector, clocks some powerful statistics. Approximately 650,000 international students studied English as a foreign language in the United Kingdom at more...