Experiencing Conference Interpreting at first hand. All welcome!
Location: Old Library Building
Time/Date: 20th March 2014 - 28th March 2014, 09:00 - 16:00
Guest speakers from various backgrounds will gather to share their thoughts at which promises to be two enjoyable and informative days. The working languages of our conference are English and Chinese. Students from T&I Stage II will provide consecutive interpreting services on site to help you overcome any linguistic barriers. We look forward to seeing you! For the most up-to-date programm "like" the School of Modern Languages on our Facebook Fan Page.
Organised by the Camões Institute
Location: Las Iguanas (na Grey Street)
Time/Date: 3rd March 2014, 18:30 - 20:00
If you enjoy the flavours of Portuguese language you should not miss the next Portuguese Cafe.
It’s Carneval time and we will be celebrating! The Portuguese Language Centre invites you all to the Carneval themed Portuguese Cafe. Bring your masks to Las Iguanas on the 3rd of March!
UK French Studies Postgraduates Meeting at Newcastle resounding success
Location: Great North Museum: Hancock
Time/Date: 1st March 2014, 09:30 - 18:00
The French PG Study Day 2014 was held at the Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle on Saturday 1st March 2014. This was an opportunity for French Studies/French History postgraduates from across the UK to meet and exchange their research. The theme for the day was 'commemoration'. Read on for a report of the day and get some visual impressions from the Photographic album of the day.
Free performance in Northern Stage
Location: Northern Stage
Time/Date: 21st February 2014, 19:00 - 21:00
On 21st February,7pm, T and I students will perform a Chinese play in English translation at Northern Stage. Tickets are £5 or free for students, and will be available on the Northern Stage website shortly, or from the box office.
Erasmus Intensive Programme in Palermo
Time/Date: 16th February 2014 - 1st March 2014,
Dr Elizabeth Andersen and Professor Henrike Lähnemann are among the European scholars delivering a two-week-long intensive programme on Medieval German History and Literature which will take place in Palermo, Italy. Each accredited institution is allocated three places for participating students who will receive full scholarships covering travel costs, accommodation in a medieval monastery in Palermo and full board for the two week study period. Applications to be directed to Henrike Lähnemann by the end of November 2013.
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