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January 2015 issue
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Juniors - a rising market
The junior market maintained its buoyancy throughout 2014, despite some tough external factors and changes in traditional markets. Schools have worked hard to innovate and develop their programmes to offer good value for money, and Georgina Deacon discovers that study options for juniors are more varied and exciting than ever before.
With its economy in trouble, will Italian students continue to invest in study abroad? According to those on the frontline, yes, as Nicola Hancox finds out.
International students can join locals in their devotion to living the good life in passionate Spain, with never-ending festivals, good food and fine weather. The country reflects these expectations, but is so much more diverse than you ever imagined. Claire Twyman takes a tour.
Old Malay houses and traditional Chinese shop fronts are part of Kuala Lumpurâs rich and culturally varied past. But its iconic, futuristic towers and ultra-modern mosques pull KL well and truly into the 21st century. Few destinations boast such a myriad of cultures with each influencing architecture, food and custom. Nicola Hancox invites you to join her on a tour of this Asian metropolis.
Activities in Australia
Vast and varied outdoor landscapes mean that activity programmes in Australia are an incredibly popular choice as an add-on to English language learning. Georgina Deacon discovers more.
David O’Grady, CEO of MEI
With nearly 35 years of industry experience under his belt, David O’Grady tells us about his first step in the language travel business and how the sector has changed over the years.