EMI Course for University Lecturers (March)

ERASMUS PLUS funding is available to teachers coming on this course

We are organising a 2-week English Medium Instruction (EMI) course for university lecturers from all academic subjects.
If your university is going global, if you are teaching an international class, then this is the EMI course you need.

You will gain confidence in lecturing and teaching through the medium of English (EMI) and gain an understanding of the issues and solutions involved when teaching an international class.

Our course is based on research done and aims to equip you with the teaching tools you need to teach in an EMI university. 

You will work with our Oxford tutors in a professional and relaxed environment and meet lecturers from other countries who are facing the same challenges which EMI brings with it.

How to teach your subject through EMI, how to make learning more motivating and interactive, how to manage students with different language levels in your lecture or seminar.

How to be a confident EMI university Lecturer!

This course will take place from 18th March to 29th March 2019 in Oxford.
The course venue will be Trinity College, University of Oxford.

You can arrive on Sunday 17th and depart the Saturday 30th morning. There may be a possibility of additional nights if you wish.
The accommodation will be confirmed shortly.

Enrolment is open to universities around the world.

Tuition fees: £2,200 (two thousand two hundred GB pounds) per course participant.

Accommodation costs will be confirmed shortly.

The fees include:

  • 10 days of teaching (Monday - Friday).

  • All course materials.

  • A student helper to show you Oxford and make sure you have everything you need to enjoy your stay with us.

  • Oxford EMI Certificate.

If you are interested in this course or organising for a group please email info@oxfordemi.co.uk

Address: 
Trinity College
Broad Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX1 3BH
United Kingdom
Email info@oxfordemi.co.uk for information and enrolment.
Course start date: 
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 09:30