Check back for the programme in July 2021

The programme will include good practices, practical workshops, research presentations, discussion panels and networking opportunities. We welcome practical and research contributions reflecting educational contexts in which the language(s) of instruction is/are not the learners’ main home language, such as CLIL, EMI, immersion, dual language or heritage language programmes.

We will also invite proposals for symposia focusing on CLIL in specific linguistic, national or cultural contexts, which can be held in languages other than English. In doing so, we hope to broaden ourown horizons and learn from the diversity of our learners, our contexts and our practices.