Фотография на визу в Великобританию не нужна? Для каких категория британских виз нужна фотография?
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Всем привет, а если так сложилась ситуация что у меня ну никак нету времени сфоткаться , можно или это сделать в визовом центре? и для чего я прикладываю фото тогда в документы если их не используют?спасибо
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Malta ELT enrolment down slightly in 2015
An annual survey of Malta’s English Language Teaching (ELT) sector finds a modest decrease in enrolment for 2015. The 2015 FELTOM ELT Industry Survey Report, prepared by Deloitte and drawing on data from the National Statistics Office, indicates the number of student weeks fell by 2.9% from 2014 to 2015, while student arrivals decreased by 2.6%. The following graphs reflect …
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The deadline for the second tranche of applications for the Discover England Fund will be closing on 24 June. We are anticipating a large number of applications so early submission is encouraged.
The £40 million Discover England Fund will ensure that England stays globally competitive, by offering world-class English tourism product to the right customer at the right time.
We’ve seen an excellent response to the first deadline for Year 1 projects from a range of public and private sector organisations and their partners. These are now being assessed and will be considered by the Discover England Fund Awards Panel at the end of June for announcement in July.
If you are interested in applying please see www.discoverenglandfund.org to review the guidance and criteria.
As Britain gears up to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Roald Dahl’s birth and in the run-up to the launch of the film adaption of The BFG, VisitBritain is showcasing to the world what makes Britain a GIANT - and family-friendly - tourism destination.
The national tourism organisation has launched an international ‘Where Giant Dreams come to Life’ film tourism campaign in its first-ever collaboration with Disney, producer of The BFG. The film, directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the book by Cardiff born author Roald Dahl, was filmed at locations across Britain including Blenheim Palace, London, the Isle of Skye and Bamburgh beach in Northumberland. The BFG film launches in the US on 1 July and in the UK on 22 July.
VisitBritain’s £350,000 six-week digital and social media campaign showcases magical, mysterious and dreamlike moments that can only be experienced on a trip to Britain. The campaign features a set of exclusive images of giant landmarks in Britain including the Angel of the North, Big Ben, the Isle of Skye and the lions in Trafalgar Square.
These images, and other giant visitor experiences across Britain, are being promoted across VisitBritain’s online and social media channels adapting its #OMGB (Oh My GREAT Britain) to ‘Oh My GIANT Britain.’ The campaign also wants people to upload their own images of ‘giant’ experiences and locations in Britain to their own social channels.