Semester programme "CLIL Methodology and Multilingual Education"
Every spring, we welcome exchange students to participate in our special semester programme "Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Methodology and Multilingual Education".
Why this programme
- Acqure unique expertise in multilingual education. Narva College follows the academic traditions of the
renowned University of Tartu. The College has placed a special focus on the quality teacher education with
an emphasis on multilingual schools. Furthermore, the learning environment in the College itself is multilingual: Estonian, Russian and English - reflect the language strategies in the surrounding border region and provide the ground for methodological development, research, and practice.
- Explore a new place. An exchange semester combines studies and adventure. As a student, you can take this opportunity to live in a place you might never visit if not for an exchange semester. The small northern country of Estonia, also called e-Estonia for its advanced e-technologies, and the city of Narva, located at the Estonian border with Russia, are the perfect setting for such an adventure.
- Learn Russian in an immersive environment. Narva is the most Russian-speaking city in the EU, which has made it a top destination for Europeans and Americans interested in learning Russian language and culture. The Russian language pervades the local daily life, and the intensive language course will send you back home with a feeling of satisfaction for your progress in Russian.
How does the semester programme fit into your current studies
The programme can best be incorporated into studies of education, teacher training, languages, or humanities for both the bachelor and master levels. It provides a full semester workload (30 ECTS worth of courses) divided into three main modules: CLIL Methodology (15 ECTS), Multilingual Society and Education (10 ECTS), and Russian Language (5 ECTS).
See the full course list here
Dates of the spring semester 2020: February 10th - July 1st (However, students are expected to finish their courses by the beginnig of June).
For more information, please contact:
International Relations Specialist
ivan.polynin [ät] ut.ee
+372 740 1922