This weekend, CIOL's Chief Executive Ann Carlisle will be cycling from Wigan to Gretna Green as part of her journey from Lands End to John o’ Groats to raise money for Bedford Hospital where she received life-saving treatment in 2016.
CIOL Qualifications is seeking suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join our database of Tajik assessors to participate in language assessments.
With great power comes great responsibility: why translating comics isn’t just about finding the right word for ‘kerblam’. By Canan Marasligil
At the end of 2018, CIOL members voiced their concerns and hopes for Brexit whatever happens on 29 March. Deborah Butler outlines the results
The IoL Educational Trust (IoLET) is currently seeking suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join IoLET's database of Burmese assessors to participate in language assessments.
Frank Gardner tells Miranda Moore how his passion for Arabic drives his work as BBC security correspondent
As ‘physical attractiveness’ increasingly becomes a quality sought by the clients of female linguists in Korea, Jinhyun Cho investigates aesthetic labour in the nation’s languages industry
Have you ever noticed that multilingual people, whether through formal teaching or due to social factors, are perfectly suited to, or naturally gravitate towards, some not-so-immediately obvious careers?