From 2018, "stocks and bonds" will be replaced with "study and travel" when EF moves its headquarters to the building currently housing the Swiss Stock Exchange. The move will centralise 1,000 employees in Zurich.
Government-backed initiatives in Latin America are paying off as the region improves its results in the latest English Proficiency Index from EF. Worldwide, however, Europe still claims the highest level of English as a second language.
After 50 years operating in international education, mega-education company EF celebrated in style by breaking the Guinness World Record for the “most nationalities in an online video album of people performing a choreographed dance”.
Education company EF has identified overlaps between the countries topping its English Proficiency Index and the Global Innovative Index. It has produced a policy paper outlining short and long-term strategies both industry and government should implement to create healthy economies.
EF has been named as the Official Supplier for language training in Brazil ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. The endorsement means EF will be providing training for over one million people.