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The call for selection for teachers of Catalan studies abroad is open

Language.  Barcelona,  20/04/2015

Tuesday 21 April marks the opening of the period for submission of applications for the call for selection for teachers of Catalan studies abroad in universities outside the language area for the academic year 2015-16.  

Altogether there are 24 places for universities in Germany, Brazil, Croatia, Spain, the United States, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic and China, all of them on the Institut Ramon Llull Catalan studies abroad network. The universities mainly offer Catalan language courses integrated into the programmes, but also culture, literature, translation and sociolinguistics.

The 24 places available are:

Free University of Berlin (Germany)

University of Frankfurt (Germany)

University of São Paulo (Brazil)

University of Zadar (Croatia)

University of Granada (Spain)

University of California – Los Angeles (United States)

University of Georgetown (United States)

University of Harvard (United States)

University of Helsinki (Finland)

University of Aix-Marseille (France)

University Charles de Gaulle Lille 3 (France)

University Paris-Sorbonne (France)

University Paris 8 (France)

University of Rennes 2 (France)

University of Toulouse – Jean Jaurès (France)

University of Cork (Ireland)

University of Turin (Italy)

National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico)

University of Birmingham (United Kingdom)

University of Durham and Newcastle (United Kingdom)

University of Glasgow (United Kingdom)

University of Oxford (United Kingdom)

Masaryk University Brno (Czech Republic)

Peking University of Foreign Studies (China)

To apply for any of these places candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: to have a degree, postgraduate degree or PhD in the sphere of arts and humanities, preferably in Catalan philology; to hold a higher level certificate or equivalent in Catalan and accredit knowledge of the official language of the country of destination (if the official language is English, French, German or Italian).

Further information here.

At this link you can see some of the testimonies of the last International Seminar for Teachers of Catalan which the IRL organises annually.

Applications may be submitted between 21 April and 5 May inclusive

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