Welcome to ICLHE

The ICLHE is the association for expertise, networking and resources in the integration of content and language in higher education. The aim of the ICLHE association is to promote exchange of opinions, experiences, initiatives and research concerning the interface between content and language in higher education.

ICLHE is open to people in universities and institutes of higher education with an interest in content and language, including people concerned with teaching and learning through a second language, and teaching and learning through a national language to people of migrant or ethnic communities.

ICLHE also welcomes policymakers and researchers in international bodies and professional societies, publishers, representatives of national and international authorities, and others with an interest in the integration of content and language in higher education.

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ICLHE 2021 Symposium online: 21-22 October

ICLHE and Maastricht University warmly welcome you to the ICLHE Symposium 2021, in place of the 7th Conference.

Theme: “The Englishization of Higher Education: A phenomenon of glocalization?”

Key speakers at the 2021 Symposium: Professor Aminata Cairo (The Hague, Netherlands); Professor Philippe Van Parijs (Université Catholique de Louvain La Neuve, Belgium); Dr Kristina Hultgren (Open University, UK); Professor Alma Maldonado-Maldonado (CINVESTAV, Mexico City); Professor Kwok-kan Tam (Hang Seng University, Hong Kong).

The 2021 Symposium includes interviews, panel discussion and short research reflections. It is aimed to be highly interactive. More details shortly.

The ICLHE Conference “EMI and Englishization: Reflecting on the changing university” has been postponed to October 2022.

The Keynote speakers for the Conference: Professor Aminata Cairo, Professor Philippe Van Parijs, and Dr Kristina Hultgren have all agreed to present at the 2022 Conference.

See Conference and Symposium website for more information: updates shortly.


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