EFL Management Training in Iran

The Iranian EFL market is one of the largest in the world, with an estimated 16,000 language centres employing hundreds of thousands of teachers, training millions of students. Teachers are highly skilled and highly qualified, having travelled abroad for CELTA training and obtained masters degrees in Teaching and TEFL. The demand for ongoing professional development … Continue reading EFL Management Training in Iran

Levant Education Iran Mission

Levant Education led the first UK HE mission to Iran in September 2016, following the lifting of international sanctions and installation of ambassadors in London and Tehran.  The mission - to Tehran, Shiraz and Isfahan - suffered from visa refusals and local tensions over meeting US/UK visitors. However representataives from UCL, Nottingham, Reading, Bradford and … Continue reading Levant Education Iran Mission

The nonsensical world of Mr Brokenshire from the go-home office

UK Further and Higher Education is once again bearing the brunt of the government’s ill-informed anti-immigration policies. On Tuesday Immigration Minister James Brokenshire made a statement to the House of Commons, announcing that the highly trusted sponsor status of 60 educational establishments had been suspended following a "detailed and wide-ranging investigation into actions by organised … Continue reading The nonsensical world of Mr Brokenshire from the go-home office

Iraqi Education & Technology Summit: Agenda

The Draft Summit Agenda for the Iraqi Education & Technology Summit is now available. UK HE Workshop schedule and Online  Meeting Scheduling will not be active before 11th February 2013. Not registered? Draft Summit Agenda Friday 22 February; Crystal Ballroom Foyer, Hyatt Regency Dubai 16:00 - 19:00 Pre-Event Registration 19:00 - 21:00 Evening Reception & Networking … Continue reading Iraqi Education & Technology Summit: Agenda

Turkish Government To Open The Door for Foreign Universities

New regulations are expected to be introduced in the Turkish Higher Education system in near future, according to a report in Sabah newspaper. The Council of Higher Education (YÖK) is expected to change its name to Higher Education Turkey ( Türkiye Yükseköğretim Kurumu) and to bring new regulations concerning Higher Education governance. But the most significant change concerns how … Continue reading Turkish Government To Open The Door for Foreign Universities

Reach Turkish students with Facebook

Reach turkish Students with Facebook Our social networking research shows that Facebook penetration in Turkey is 40.45% of the country's population, and 89.91% of Internet users in Turkey use Facebook. The total number of FB users in Turkey is reaching 31,467,900 and grew by more than 152040 in the last 6 months. Turkish students are the most active population in terms of social media use. Members of … Continue reading Reach Turkish students with Facebook

Studybritish on-campus: Marmara Koleji

Studybritish this week visited Marmara College in Maltepe, a college consisting of 3 high schools with different specialisations (General, Sciences, and Media) in Istanbul and Bodrum. In Istanbul they offer IB classes for internationally-focussed students. As is typical in Turkey, the students awareness of UK education was limited, other than that it is 'expensive', when … Continue reading Studybritish on-campus: Marmara Koleji

UKET Feedback

What our clients say: “UKET provide the best events I have ever attended, consistently attracting the best students and boosting interest in UK education”.  Claire Taylor, Nottingham University. “The quality of students UKET attracts is outstanding”. Fusun Rumford, Edcon Egitim. “I thoroughly enjoyed the exhibition and commend you for making it a success”. Corrina Hamlet, … Continue reading UKET Feedback