Please note that places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. After booking you will receive an automated email reply (please retain for refunding purposes) but your place will only be guaranteed after you have received a confirmation email from NICILT. Refunds will only be available if requested by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before 5pm on the event deadline date. Booking for this event is online only. Please do not request invoices or send cheques. Written receipts are available by request.
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Friday 21st Feb. 2020 (0900-1540*) - 69-71 University Street/Room 0G/007, Queen’s University Belfast
"Destination: La Francophonie – Cinema, Collaborative Learning, the DELF approach and TV5 Monde" (Click here for programme*)
This event is supported by the School of Arts, English and Languages at QUB, the Institut français Royaume-Uni, and the British Council Northern Ireland.
Registration 0900-0930. Event begins at 0930.
£35** per delegate. To book click the link above.
Register before 5pm on Tuesday 18th February 2020.
* Times stated might be subject to (slight) change and will be confirmed for delegates at least 2 weeks prior to event.
**Special discounted rate of £10 per French Language Assistant with the Institut français/ British Council.
Monday 10th Feb. 2020 (0900-1515) - The Council Chamber/ Canada Room, Queen’s University Belfast
"Let's get creative! Inspiration for Speaking and Writing tasks, Poetry, Drama and more..." (Click here for programme*)
This event is supported by La Consejería de Educación en el Reino Unido e Irlanda, the Open University and the British Council Northern Ireland.
Post-Primary German Teachers' Afternoon
Friday 24th Jan. 2020 (1200-1600) - The Senate Room, Queen's University Belfast
"Skills for the German Classroom: Translation, Grammar through Literature, Speaking and more…" (Click here for programme)
This event is supported by the Goethe Institut London and the School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, UCD.
NICILT would also like to thank all the aforementioned organisations and institutions for their continued support for these events.
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