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Richenda Askew, Head of the Lewis Teacher Training Department, is back from a project in Georgia. “What a wonderful warm welcome from all the personnel at David Aghmashenebili National Defence Academy of Georgia (NDA) ! The opportunity to visit the academy and conduct a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and an overview of their English language 
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Did you know that in 2018 the ages of our CertTESOL graduates ranged from 18 to 71? English language teaching courses always used to be aimed at post-graduates who wanted to go travelling, but in more recent years this has changed considerably. The range of ages, backgrounds and motivations continues to take us by surprise! 
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Mobile Phones All students coming to the UK will require a mobile phone. Rather than using their foreign SIM, it can be cheaper to buy a pre-paid UK SIM card. Phone packages can be: Pay Monthly. You sign a contract for a minimum period, usually 12 or 18 months. You choose a suitable tariff (price 
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Driving in the UK: tips for students If you wish to drive in the UK, it is very important that you understand your legal requirements and the procedures that you must follow. You must have a driving licence that is valid in the UK. If you hold a driving licence issued outside Great Britain, you 
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Home to the royals at Windsor Castle Windsor is situated on the south bank of the River Thames opposite Eton and lies to the west of London. The modern town is dominated by Windsor Castle, standing on the outcrop of chalk on which William I the Conqueror (reigned 1066–87) built the original fortress. Home to 
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The University of Oxford Home to one of the world’s most elite academic institutions. The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world. It is thought that it began in the 12th century and by the middle of the 13th century, there was an established University in Oxford. At this time, most 
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Welcome to Bristol Bristol is rich in history, but is also a modern and vibrant city, and the biggest in South-West England. The city centre combines the historic charm of the old city with its medieval churches, castle ruins and bustling farmers markets with Bristol’s main retail area. It has been a port for a 
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Winchester is a stunning medieval city Winchester is a small, beautiful, historic city that was the capital of England during the 10th and early 11th centuries. From world class attractions and architecture, unrivaled shopping and delicious dining, to countryside trails for walking and cycling – there’s plenty to do in and around Winchester. Art and 
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Explore Bournemouth’s coastline Bournemouth is one of the best seaside resorts in the south of England, with seven miles of golden, sandy beaches. It’s very popular and very busy on hot, sunny days! As well as swimming and sunbathing, visitors enjoy water sports such as speed boating. The sea front also has an excellent aquarium 
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