Teaching in English: from institutional strategy to language support

What you’ll learn

Whether you’re ready for it or not, the language landscape of international education has changed: English is now largely the language of study and administration. It is thus vital that non-native English higher education institutions carefully reconsider their language policies and practices. This hands-on course will prepare you for developing a strategic approach to English adoption at your institution, from incentives, funding and programme design to marketing and recruitment, quality assurance, and staff and student support.

  • Overcome the challenges of developing new language policies and practices
  • Learn about valuable online tools and resources
  • Formulate an action plan for your programme, office or institution

How to get the most out of this course

This practical and informative course is essential for all key staff and decision makers involved in international relations, institutional strategy, internationalisation, curriculum development or language policy at non-native English institutions. It would also be an exceptional training for those who teach, coordinate, administer or manage English-taught programmes and those who provide language support in English.

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