Institut Ramon LLull

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Call for Catalan Studies Teachers

The Institut Ramon Llull promotes the teaching of Catalan language, literature and culture at universities and other higher education centres. In keeping with this aim, the Institut announces annual calls for Catalan Studies teachers at the universities which it collaborates with, to fill any vacancy arising, thus ensuring the continuity of teaching.

INTRODUCTION

To participate in this selection process, you must meet the requirements set out in the guidelines of the call for Catalan Studies teachers and submit an  application form within the set deadlines.

To access the online application form, you must have previously obtained an idcatMòbil or a digital certificate (for Spanish citizens) or acredditation (for non-resident citizens). More information

You may check the map of universities abroad that offer Catalan Studies. 

For more information please send an e-mail to infollengua@llull.cat.

ANNOUNCEMENT

The IRL’s resolution about the call for Catalan Studies teachers at universities outside Catalan-speaking areas for the academic year 2019-2020, on the 23rd of January 2019, published at the DOGC no. 7798-29.1.2019

GUIDELINES

Guidelines of the call for Catalan Studies teachers at universities outside Catalan-speaking areas.

ANNEXES

Annexes to the call for Catalan Studies teachers

    TEACHER PROFILES

    You may consult the preferred specific profile, established by the universities represented in the call for Catalan Studies teachers, here.

    APPLICATION FORMS

    You will find the application form to be eligible to practise as a teacher of Catalan studies here.

    The Institut Ramon Llull

    is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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