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thumbnail Second edition of Portuguese@Newcastle out

The second edition of Portuguese@Newcastle is out! A message from the editors Ana Assunção  and Loiana Pavlichenko: "We are very pleased to present to you the second edition of the Portuguese Newsletter. We intend to offer you an insight into the Portuguese learning experience at Newcastle University through our students’ testimonies..." Read more...

published on: 18th June 2014

thumbnail Routes into Languages Lecturer new Deputy Head of ECLS

René Koglbauer has been appointed as Director of Operations and Deputy Head of School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences. This comes only months after the announcement that he has been made President Elect for the Association of Language Learning in 2014/15 and President in 2015/16. René, from the School of Education, Communication and Language Science, teaches on SML4003 Teaching and Communicating Languages for Undergraduate Ambassadors and is leading Routes North East on their thematic focus of “issues of teacher supply”.

published on: 17th June 2014

thumbnail Apply now: Additional PGCE funding

Cheryl Mackay, PGCE Tutor and Modern Languages Subject Lead, writes in a special message to all Final Year Linguists and Final Year Combined Studies Linguists: "There may still be places available to do a PGCE with us, starting September 2014, and we are keen to recruit suitably qualified graduates. Please contact me before Monday 23 June. Thanks and look forward to hearing from you."

published on: 17th June 2014

thumbnail New Head of School appointed

Dr Nigel Harkness has been appointed to the position of Head of School of Modern Languages. He will join us from Queen’s University of Belfast where he is presently Senior Lecturer and Director of Education for the School of Modern Languages.

published on: 16th June 2014

thumbnail Report: China Independent Film Festival Celebration

The Tenth Anniversary of the China Independent Film Festival (CIFF) UK Celebration will take place in Newcastle (12th-15th May 2014), Nottingham (16th-18th) and London (16th-17th). The four-day event in Newcastle features retrospective screenings of CIFF award winning films, an archival exhibition on the history of the CIFF and a workshop – Film Festival in Focus. Full programme

published on: 13th June 2014

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