2019

The fifth edition of the Languages for Specific Purposes in Higher Education conference, LSPHE 2019, will be held over two days at Imperial College London on Thursday 12th and Friday 13th September 2019.

Please click the link below to register for the conference. The fees for the event are detailed on the registration page. Lunch and refreshments are included in the registration fee for each day. A conference dinner will also take place on the evening of Thursday 12th September, on the campus of Imperial College London.

https://estore.imperial.ac.uk/product-catalogue/central-services/centre-for-languages-culture-and-communication/languages/lsphe-conference

Imperial College London

Registration will close on 30th August 2019.

The full programme, with abstracts, is available below:

LSPHE 2019 programme

We are delighted to welcome as our main keynote speaker Dr. Mary Risner, Associate Director of Outreach and Business Programs at the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Florida, USA.

LSPHE 2019 will offer a range of papers presented by delegates from 11 different countries. In its new two-day format, we hope that this event will provide a unique opportunity for LSP practitioners from Europe and beyond to meet, exchange ideas and discuss their practice. To this effect, we are offering a series of “curriculum clinic” workshops on topics including Arts and Humanities, Business, Healthcare and STEM, inviting delegates from all branches of LSP to share and discuss sample tasks and curricula.

Additional information:

Directions to find your way to and on the South Kensington campus can be found on:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/visit/campuses/south-kensington/

If you need accommodation, please check IC Halls:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/visit/summer-accommodation/

You may also check nearby hotels:
http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/conferenceandevents/accommodation/hotelaccommodation

We hope to see you in London in September.

With best wishes,
The LSPHE organising committee

Felicitas M. Starr-Egger, Imperial College London
Alexander Bleistein, University of Cambridge
David Tual, University of Cambridge
Benoît Guilbaud, University of Sussex

This event is sponsored by Pearson English.

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