Multilingual Education for Minority Language Contexts is taught in partnership with Wycliffe Bible Translators and SIL International.
The course comprises a four-week intensive seminar intended for those wishing to
The seminar offers participants a superb opportunity to interact with colleagues from around the world who are working in this field. Participants will have the opportunity to work together and share experiences. It will be especially advantageous for participants to come with colleagues with whom they expect to collaborate in the future.
Multilingual Education for Minority Language Contexts may be taken as training towards a role within SIL, but is also open to those working outside of an SIL context. It forms part of the course content for the MA Literacy Programme Development.
The usual entry requirements for a Redcliffe College postgraduate level course apply.
The focus will be on programmes that respond to the needs of ethnolinguistic communities and help them to achieve their own development goals in both formal and non-formal contexts.
We aim to cover the following topics during the seminar:
Throughout the seminar, the importance of facilitating the transfer of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes gained through training trainers will be emphasised.
Multilingual Education forms part of the PGDip stage of MA Literacy Programme Development, which runs from January to June. It can also be studied as a standalone module.
Multilingual Education runs from 29 April - 7 June 2019, with an extra week at the end for students on a validated MA programme.
Application Deadline as a standalone module: 15 April 2019
Download the full course dates for 2019, here.
2019 tuition fees for Multilingual Education are £850.
Download the course fees for 2019, here.
For more information about course fees and accommodation options, see our fees page.
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