- Next TNS seminar: Transnational Religion: Textual Trails (Or how to domesticate the transnational) 11/05/2018
- Next CLLEAR seminar: Thinking ahead in a second language: On the role of prediction in L2 processing 09/05/2018
- SIGLTA meeting on Thursday 10th May: Round table discussion: Integrated Language Testing 08/05/2018
- CGE Research Seminar on 9th May: Tutor-student interaction in one-to-one academic writing tutorials 04/05/2018
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- Italian film showing today: Pazze di me / Women Drive Me Crazy (Fausto Brizzi, 2013) 30/04/2018
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- Italian film showing today: Una giornata particolare / A special day (Ettore Scola, 1977) 23/04/2018
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- “Physical Pain and Barroque Suffering in Modern Spanish History” – the 2018 Perez de Ayala Lecture 20/03/2018
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- Italian film showing today: Profondo rosso / Deep Red (Dario Argento, 1975) 12/03/2018
- Second call for papers – 14th Annual Conference of the BAAL Language Learning and Teaching SIG 07/03/2018
- Italian film showing today: L’ora legale / It’s the Law (Salvatore Ficarra e Valentino Picone, 2017) 05/03/2018
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Tag Archives: Chinese
Booking is now open for a new series of Modern Languages Lifelong Learning courses starting in January. Languages include Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English as a Foreign Language, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese. The courses on offer are ‘b’ courses, which follow on from 20 hours of previous study (so are not suitable for beginners).
To find out more about the language stages, pricing and to book your place, visit the Lifelong Learning website.
Centre for Global Englishes seminar: “Chinese university students’ ELF awareness: Impacts of language education in China”
The next Centre for Global Englishes (CGE) seminar will take place on Wednesday 14th October 2015 from 5 – 7pm in Lecture Theatre C, Building 65, Avenue Campus. The talk is entitled “Chinese university students’ ELF awareness: Impacts of language education in China” and will be delivered by Dr Ying Wang from Modern Languages at the University of Southampton. All welcome! Read more…
Don’t miss your chance to book your place on the new series of Modern Languages Lifelong Learning evening classes, starting next week!
We are very excited to be offering 13 languages this year: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English as a Foreign Language, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese. Staff and students of the University are eligible for discounts.
To find out more and book your place, visit the Lifelong Learning website.
Lifelong Learning at the University of Southampton has recently announced an expanded programme for the coming semester, to include Modern Languages evening classes in 13 different languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English as a Foreign Language, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese. Language stages are divided into three blocks across the year, running from October 2015 to April 2016.
University staff and students are eligible for discounted rates. To find out more about the language stages, pricing and to book your place, visit the University’s Lifelong Learning pages.
Students will participate in a mini-project in French, German or Spanish, and will have the opportunity to try a new language such as Portuguese or Chinese, plus hear a talk about languages about how they can be useful in the world of work.
For further information about these events, visit the Routes into Languages website.
Wishing all of our visitors this week an enjoyable visit to Avenue Campus!
Lifelong Learning at the University of Southampton is offering intensive modern language courses during the summer of 2015. These 15 hour courses are aimed at learners with no knowledge of the language, who would like to develop survival skills in everyday situations for business or leisure travel. The languages available are French, Italian, Chinese, Russian, German, Spanish and Japanese.
The next set of evening classes will begin at the end of June. To find out more information about these courses, including how to book your place online, visit the Lifelong Learning website.
University students and staff will be participating in celebrations today organised by the Confucius Institute to mark the Chinese New Year. Two 2-hour Chinese cultural workshops will be taking place in the SUSU concourse from 12:00-14:00, Highfield Campus, enabling participants to try their hand at calligraphy, lantern making, paper cutting and Chinese painting. Read more…
Students with an interest in China and the Chinese language may be interested in Generation UK, a campaign launched by the British Council in 2013, which aims to support UK students to enhance their employability and become more globally minded through study and work experience opportunities in China.
For further information about the opportunities available through the Generation UK campaign, visit the British Council website.
Starting in June, sign up to do an intensive language course in French, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, or Spanish. All aimed at beginners. Get ready for world travel!
Find out more information at the Lifelong Learning Intensive Summer Courses page.