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OET Vocabulary

Anxiety Attacks! Imagine you’re ill or injured. You’re worried, in pain and anxious. One of the first people you meet is a frontline healthcare worker. They ask […]

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Life in the UK?

How appropriate is the Life in the UK Citizenship Test for living real life in the UK? According to a recent study, not that relevant at […]

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Soft Skills for OET Speaking

If you ever thought that soft skills were unnecessary for OET speaking then you were, and are, very much mistaken! The updated OET speaking sub-test has […]

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Getting to know you…

When your  business employs overseas staff, you know that getting through the red tape is only the first step. The real work (for you and your […]

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START Interview

Following our latest blog about how businesses can employ refugees and displaced people from other countries, I thought it would be useful to share my interview […]

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Seeking Refuge

Over the last year there has been an increasing focus on providing a safe home and a viable future for refugees from all over the world. […]

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The Power of Words

James Earl Jones once said, “one of the hardest things in life is having words in your heart that you can’t utter.” I think we’ve all had […]

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Brexit Update – March 2018

Following the latest Brexit negotiations, an agreement has been reached regarding the residential rights of EU citizens and their families. This is welcome news for those […]

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