Greg Hurst, Education Editor, The Times writes: The Times Good University Guide is the oldest and most prestigious guide to universities in the UK. Our latest edition of the Guide comes out today and we are delighted to tell you that your excellent teaching has been recognised with a top ten placing for your course.
published on: 28th September 2014
i4life is a space for students of stage-1 MA T&I, Newcastle University, to develop their interpreting skills as well as non-linguistic skill sets. Take a look and see for yourself how a blog can boost interpreting skills!
published on: 27th September 2014
How far is insecurity the product of increased securitisation? This strategic workshop, organised by Dr Joanne Smith Finley brings together UK experts on Xinjiang Studies to discuss worsening ethnic conflict in Xinjiang and China proper, and to consider how far the increased violence may be related to increased state securitisation.
published on: 22nd September 2014
The first edition of Spanish@Newcastle, has been published with news from the section, including reports on Catalan und Quechua. It has been edited by Patricia Oliart and Felix Lossio. Read it online
published on: 21st September 2014
On 15th September 2014, the second Newcastle University/Durham University’s Workshop in Language Learning and Teaching “Sharing Good Practice” took place with a focus on the role of translation in Modern Language Teaching. Co-organised by Dr JC Penet (Newcastle) and Mrs Christine Bohlander (Durham), the Workshop brought together experts in Language Learning and Teaching from both institutions.
published on: 20th September 2014