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Study English Language at Oxford University (Full Online Course)

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2020 is a very special year for the Department as it marks the 25th anniversary of the Summer Seminar and we look forward to welcoming English language teachers from across the globe to Oxford in July and August for an unforgettable professional development experience in one of the University’s most beautiful colleges.

The Summer Seminar has been designed for teachers of English as a Second Language who either teach secondary school pupils or adult learners and is delivered by a team of highly experienced international trainers. The seminar aims to give you an exhilarating and enriching experience.

In a series of highly practical workshops, you’ll collaborate with teachers from many different countries so the programme is also an exercise in community building and international understanding. You’ll live in Worcester College and take classes at the University’s Saïd Business School. You will also have complimentary access to the College gym.

The Summer Seminar is for teachers who would like to…

  • keep abreast of current trends in ELT
  • produce effective classroom materials
  • explore new teaching techniques
  • reflect on and develop their practice
  • share teaching experiences with international colleagues

Programme details

The Seminar provides 42 hours of tuition, comprising 20 workshops, 5 lectures and 3 seminars.

You’ll choose two morning workshops per week.

Workshops week 1:

Workshops week 2:

ELT guest lectures

After lunch we invite you to join us for a stimulating and informative plenary lecture or seminar:

Specifications

Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
DeadlineOngoing
CountryUK
Open toAll Nationalities
OrganizerOxford University

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