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March 2014 issue
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When summer comes
With juniors on holiday from school and others taking annual leave from work, summer is, as ever, the peak time for travelling abroad for language learning. Many language schools offer special programmes or packages during this period, and their provision is constantly changing to meet evolving client needs. Jane Vernon Smith finds out about some of the different ways in which providers are responding to the demands of summer clients, and takes a look at what is in store for the busy season ahead for operators around the world
Korea’s hard times
The sluggish economy in Korea has seriously dented growth for the countryxs agents, but as Claire Twyman discovers, there are signs that business will recover.
Costa Rica and Panama
A region of the world where nature can be viewed in all its glory, Panama and Costa Rica offer education travellers a unique experience. Bethan Norris visits Latin America to find out whatxs on offer..
Magnificent North England
Famed for its history and hospitality, as well as rolling countryside and scenery, the North of England proves itself to be an ideal place for students to study, as Georgina Deacon discovers.
Gathering the globe’s top footballers, the FIFA World Cup in Brazil is the sporting event of the year and could have a great impact on the Portuguese language teaching sector, as Matthew Knott discovers.