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Global market report
Despite the mixed experiences of the eight major English language study destinations worldwide the global sector increased slightly in 2013 in terms of US$ value, numbers of students travelling overseas to learn English and average length of stay. Bethan Norris compares some of the market data available for these destinations and finds out some of the highs and lows experienced by individual countries.
Fuelled by government campaigns, corporate demand for foreign experience and diversification, Japanese business is growing, discovers Matthew Knott.
With a musical history as glorious as the many snow-topped mountains, Austria is rich in heritage and striking scenery. Georgina Deacon discovers the delights of this country.
In love with Paris
Paris is a city world famous for fashion, art, chic restaurants and iconic landmarks, but international students love to go beyond the stereotypes and discover the real Paris, as Gillian Evans reports.
English plus sport in the USA
Sport is as much a part of culture as art, music and literature. Nicola Hancox talks to US-based English language schools that cater for the more 'active' language learner.