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BONARD Blog: France and Germany Senior Living Market Overview

France and Germany are among the biggest senior living markets in Europe in terms of demand....

ICEF Monitor: UK ELT providers revise outlook for sectoral recovery to 2022

English-language schools in the UK lost more than £590 million in 2020 as a result of COVID restrictions and laid off more than 50% of staff, according to new data from BONARD’s research conducted for English UK.

The Pie News: UK ELT centres lose estimated £590m revenue in 2020

The second edition of the the English UK Covid-19 impact report, was prepared by BONARD, and explores how the pandemic has affected 350 accredited centres represented by the association.

StudeTravel: English UK pleads for support as data shows 79 per cent drop in students

Data gathered from 183 English UK member centres – more than half of the association’s current membership – by research partner BONARD during February shows that student numbers among participating schools decreased by 79 per cent in 2020, compared with the previous year, to 54,196. Student weeks, meanwhile, declined by 65 per cent to 333,959.

BONARD Blog Series #1: Student Housing Transactions in 2020/2021

Welcome   We are proud to announce the launch of a monthly BONARD Blog Series focused on...

BONARD Blog: France and Germany Senior Living Market Overview

France and Germany are among the biggest senior living markets in Europe in terms of demand....

ICEF Monitor: UK ELT providers revise outlook for sectoral recovery to 2022

English-language schools in the UK lost more than £590 million in 2020 as a result of COVID restrictions and laid off more than 50% of staff, according to new data from BONARD’s research conducted for English UK.

The Pie News: UK ELT centres lose estimated £590m revenue in 2020

The second edition of the the English UK Covid-19 impact report, was prepared by BONARD, and explores how the pandemic has affected 350 accredited centres represented by the association.

StudeTravel: English UK pleads for support as data shows 79 per cent drop in students

Data gathered from 183 English UK member centres – more than half of the association’s current membership – by research partner BONARD during February shows that student numbers among participating schools decreased by 79 per cent in 2020, compared with the previous year, to 54,196. Student weeks, meanwhile, declined by 65 per cent to 333,959.

BONARD Blog Series #1: Student Housing Transactions in 2020/2021

Welcome   We are proud to announce the launch of a monthly BONARD Blog Series focused on...

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