Brexit will cut the numbers of higher education students in the UK by a third.

Brexit, DELTA, EFL, Higher education, International English, Issues in ELT, Uncategorized


Brexit places the higher education industry in the UK in severe jeopardy, according to survey. Universities will struggle to attract the top international students. Lots of teachers I know will lose their jobs as a result of this, people with families, who pay taxes. Not to mention the loss of of jobs and revenue to accommodation providers, transport providers such as taxi drivers and coach companies, restaurants, tourist attractions etc. Independent language schools will no doubt suffer as well. Towns like Bournemouth, which rely on the international student business, will be worst hit. Meanwhile the international competitors for the international student market such as Australia, Canada and Malta cannot believe their luck.

5 Reasons why native speakers should learn how to use English internationally

EFL, International English, Pronunciation

Are you a native speaker? Do you often get misunderstood in meetings where there are many people who speak English as a second language? Why are you being misunderstood? What can you do to avoid this situation the next time?

In this episode we discuss Chia Suan Chong’s recent article for the English Teaching Professional ‘5 Reasons why native speakers should learn how to use English internationally’, which you can read here.

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