August 3-7, 2020
Higher education institutions around the world continue to internationalize and the number of English-taught programs (ETPs) is growing rapidly. Providing appropriate training and support for ETP students, staff, and faculty is crucial to ensuring the quality of the programs. This professional development course is for faculty and staff who wish to learn more about ETP design and implementation. Topics include ETP curriculum and course design, language-conscious practices, academic and social integration, and ETP management.
In addition to seminars, workshops, and lectures, participants will take part in informal fika sessions with Swedish and international colleagues.
ETPs, internationalization, and transnational education
ETP curriculum and course design
Fika session with faculty from Swedish ETPs
ETP pedagogy and language-conscious practices
Academic and social integration
Fika session with students from Swedish ETPs
ETP implementation and management
Course fee: SEK 10,000 (approximately USD 1,100). The fee includes course tuition, on-campus accommodation (private room, shared bath) August 2-8, on-campus meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
The deadline for registration is April 1.
Payment: Full payment must be received by May 1. Jönköping University (JU) reserves the right to cancel the course. In case of cancellation by JU, participants will be notified by May 10 and receive a full refund of the course fee. Any cancellation by the course participant will be fully reimbursed if made before May 1. Cancellations between May 1 and May 30 will be reimbursed to what is equivalent to half the cost of the course. Cancellations after May 30 will not be reimbursed. A written notification of cancellations is required and shall be communicated by mail personally to: email@example.com
Visa for participants: As an international participant, it is important that you check whether you need a visa in order to enter Sweden.
For more information about the course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Content updated 2020-01-15