CIOL's German Society was founded in 1986 to provide a useful network of contacts for members living in Germany.
We are very excited to announce a refresh of our website www.ciol.org.uk. CIOL members and visitors alike will enjoy an enhanced user experience but the same familiar look and feel of the previous website.
With another dramatic fall in numbers achieving GCSEs in French, German and even Spanish this year, a question mark hangs over the effectiveness and likely future impact of including a language in the EBacc.
Matteo Cais MCIL is a freelance interpreter, accredited to work for the European Union.
How linguists might be affected by the UK leaving the EU
On 28 July, CIOL was delighted to welcome to London senior officials from SFSC (Shanghai Foreign Service Company) in China.
IoL Educational Trust (IoLET), the Awarding Organisation of the Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL), has secured a two year contract with two further one-year options to develop and deliver a new set of language examinations for Ministry of...
What does Brexit mean for the language professions? Members shared their hopes and fears in a recent survey
Following yesterday’s referendum, the UK electorate has voted in favour of leaving the European Union, after 43 years as a member.
CIOL Council member Tom Gale MCIL reports on the ATC workshop on ISO 17100