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Impact English College student wins International Student of the Year award at VIEA 2017

26/11/2017

Impact English College student wins International Student of the Year award at VIEA 2017

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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

20/09/2017

Ninety-four percent of IALC students would recommend to a friend

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Langports launches new Platinum Program in Brisbane, Australia

17/09/2017

Langports launches new Platinum Program in Brisbane, Australia

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Langports launches new Platinum Program in Brisbane, Australia

Turning dreams into reality, the inspirational story of VanWest Alumni Orlando

11/09/2017

Turning dreams into reality, the inspirational story of VanWest Alumni Orlando

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Turning dreams into reality, the inspirational story of VanWest Alumni Orlando

Australian study travel market is on the up

25/01/2017

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...

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DET Australia

Growing trend for multilingual language students

29/12/2016

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...

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Galway Cultural Institute Mannequin Challenge

Northampton's International Language Institute earns highest ranking from national accreditation authority

12/10/2016

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...

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How a language schools amazing adventure is helping children in Kenya

08/09/2016

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...

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Impact Project Refugee

17/07/2016

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...

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Refugee charity drive held by students at Impact English College

Malaca Instituto: 100% pass rate in Selectividad

29/06/2016

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...

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Prepare for Spanish university in Malaga, Spain

The Excel English Learning App has arrived!

28/06/2016

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...

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New English learning app now available at Excel English

BLOG - What's unique about the US as a study destination

12/06/2016

"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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Blog article written by Caroline Gear, Director

GHS launches Good Hope Volunteers: 35 volunteer programmes in South Africa and Namibia

25/05/2016

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.

The growing...

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GHS launches Good Hope Volunteers

St Clare's Oxford team wins IALC Trophy at 2016 Oxford Fun Run

12/05/2016

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...

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Trophy presented to St. Clare’s students by Andrew Smith, MP, and BEET director, Clive Barrow

New report compares current and future demand for nine foreign languages

18/04/2016

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...

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International language conference brings 140 billion GBP industry to Leeds and York

30/03/2016

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...

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Justin Quinn, CES Leeds and Andrew Hjort, Melton College York, bidding to bring the IALC 2016 Workshop to their cities

GHS responds to demand for English plus Volunteering in South Africa

28/03/2016

With more and more students wanting to study English and volunteer at the same time, Good Hope Studies (GHS) in South Africa offers the opportunity to combine an English language course in the morning with a volunteer placement in...

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Volunteers at Athlone Children's Home

ELC Sydney students take part in Guinness World Record

02/02/2016

A new Guinness World Record was set for the biggest ever English class on 12 February 2016 in Sydney's Bondi Beach! The English lesson organised by English Australia drew around 3000 university and English language college...

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ELC Sydney students prepare for Guinness World Record

New volunteer projects in South Africa

27/01/2016

In 2016, Good Hope Studies adds seven new projects to its comprehensive volunteer programme:

- Assist Women w. Special Needs

- Cape Nature Conservation

- Safe Haven

- Surfing Smiles

- Save the Seabirds

- Scuba Diving with...

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GHS volunteer helping the local community

BLOG - Worcester, the UK's hidden gem

13/11/2015

"I was reading an article in the EL Gazette recently which claimed that Bristol was the city with the highest ratio of Centres of Excellence (according to the British Council's inspection reports), with 50% of its schools...

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