Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

EMI support


Internationalising the higher education classroom and the use of English-medium instruction


Modules programmed for January and February 2018 
 

Università Cattolica Milan Campus

  • Monday 22 January (morning) and Tuesday 23 January 2018 (afternoon) [Please register by 16 January.]
  • Friday 2 February (morning) and Monday 5 February 2018 (morning) [Please register by 29 January.]

Università Cattolica Piacenza Campus

  • Monday 29 January (morning) and Thursday 1 February 2018 (morning)  NO MORE PLACES AVAILABLE: please write to us if you wish to take part and further dates will be arranged
     

Università Cattolica Rome Campus: those interested in the module should contact the Centre
 

Description

Click here for a full description of the module
 

Registration
 

Università Cattolica academic staff can take part free of charge. To register, please email the Centre or call 02 7234 5228.
 

As part of an overall move towards the internationalisation of higher education, academic staff are increasingly required to play their part by delivering courses to international classes. This broad development is leading to a growing demand for support in developing  skills and strategies for internationalising the classroom, which may require re-designing and delivering courses in English.

The mission of Università Cattolica’s Centre for Higher Education Internationalisation includes undertaking specific activities directed towards supporting university internationalisation. After a successful symposium on the subject of English-Medium Instruction in Higher Education held in May 2016, the Centre responded to demand by offering a module designed specifically for the development of strategies and tools to be used to internationalise the classroom.

The module is delivered by highly-qualified professional academic staff who lead a small cohort in critical reflection and analysis of the latest developments in effective teaching in the international classroom, including English-medium instruction. At the same time participants are given the opportunity to put newly acquired strategies and techniques into practice.

There is no charge for Università Cattolica academic staff who wish to take part. Those from outside the University should contact the Centre for further information.

Information on further modules aimed at those who have already taken a preliminary module with us will also be published here. For other specific information or support please contact the Centre.