The Guardian newspaper has reported that Polish is now the main language spoken in England and Wales after English and Welsh, according to figures from the 2011 census released by the Office of National Statistics.
The University’s new Italian film season starts next week with a screening of ‘Il sorpasso’ (Dino Risi, 1962) on Monday 4th February at the Avenue Campus.
The first Centre for Applied Language Research (CALR) lecture of Semester 2 will be taking place at 5pm on Wednesday 6th February in Lecture Theatre C at the Avenue Campus, University of Southampton.
A talk on career opportunities for language graduates in EU institutions will be taking place on Wednesday 13th February 2013 from 6.00 – 7.00pm in Lecture Theatre A, Avenue Campus.
We are now into the second day of the 8th annual e-learning symposium. To see the live streaming of the final keynote speaker, visit the LLAS website. Don’t forget you can also follow the conference talk on Twitter #elearnLLAS. Presenters PowerPoints with be available on the LLAS website in due course.
The 8th annual e-learning symposium will be taking place at the University of Southampton on Thursday 24th and Friday 25th January. LLAS will be live streaming the four keynote speakers via the LLAS website. Most sessions during the event will also be recorded and will be available on the LLAS website after the event. The conference talk can also be followed on Twitter #elearnLLAS.
Seven Japanese students from Doshisha University in Kyoto have recently headed home after spending a year studying at the University of Southampton.
Languages South-East will be holding its Year 12 Able Linguist Day at the University of Southampton on Tuesday 22nd January 2013.
LLAS will be holding its 8th annual e-learning symposium on 24th/25th January 2013.
If you’re thinking of learning a new language in 2013, why not sign up for a Semester 2 evening course at the University of Southampton?