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April 2023

Two teachers’ nail-biting escapes from Sudan

Zoe Salim and Jennifer McLellan struggled to flee Sudan in the wake of sudden attacks by a paramilitary group in Khartoum. The UK called for British citizens to make...

Sudan update – 26th April

Shortly after the Gazette published the story about nine British Council staff trapped in the Council’s Khartoum headquarters...

International students in Scotland at higher risk of homelessness

1 in 5 international students likely to experience homelessness, according to a study published Monday by NUS Scotland.  In...

The British Council launch IELTS Ready: Premium

The British Council have recently announced the IELTS Ready: Premium, a new service providing personalised learning for IELTS...

Teaching EFL online due to Covid

A study in China reflects common themes teachers faced around the world Chinese EFL teachers describe common challenges faced...

Forty-four years and counting

Henry Rodgers tells the full story of Italy’s foreign language lettori and their historic fight against discrimination On May 30 1989, a date that foreign...

What PRELIM 2023 Reveals

The third year of the British Council PRELIM project, which creates partnerships between English UK members and teacher’s associations in the global south, marks...

Suddenly it’s Summer

This year’s summer school special looks at what is changing in the vacation market and what is still the same IF you take a quick...

Does size matter?

With small multilingual countries steaming ahead can the old superpowers keep up? The summer is upon us, and the world of ELT is returning to...

Calculating the Summer school rankings

Melanie Butler reveals the data behind our top summer centres for 2023 On the page 21 of our digital magazine, you can see our 2023...

A quarter of UK accredited centres gone

A further 24 operations have shut down or opted to leave the British Council Accreditation scheme since September 2022, the Gazette can reveal. This...
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