2 week summer course at Oxford University
Would you like to spend 2 weeks living and studying at one of Oxford University's oldest and most beautiful colleges?
Oxford University Department for Continuing Education's annual Summer Seminar is a teacher development course focussing on current developments in the English language and in English language teaching.
This course is designed for teachers of English working at primary, secondary and tertiary level who want to reflect on and develop their teaching skills. The majority of course tutors and plenary speakers are Oxford University Press authors and trainers and the topics are varied and interesting.
As well as learning from ELT authors and experts during the day, you will have the opportunity in the evenings and weekends to experience life in Oxford through a full and varied programme of events.
The programme will be accommodated and taught in Exeter College. Founded in 1314, Exeter is one of the University`s oldest colleges and is situated in the heart of Oxford.
For further details of the course and the application process, go to the OUDCE website: http://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/details.php?id=X162-2
Dates: Sunday 22nd July to Saturday 4th August 2012
Application process: by post using the application form available to download from the University website.
Fees: £1,950, includes tuition, access to IT facilities, social activities, accommodation and meals
(except lunch on Saturday and Sunday and meals during optional weekend excursions)
European Union Funding: Financial support may be available for English language teachers enrolling on training courses in the UK under the European Commission`s Lifelong Learning Programme. For further information please see: http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/llp/index_en.html
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