Professional Development Courses summer 2020

Jönköping University provides professional development courses in the form of commissioned education programs organized by Jönköping University Enterprise (JUE). We specialize in providing training and support for higher education institutions seeking to further internationalize their campuses and provide quality education and enhanced experiences for international students. Our teachers and researchers have unique international expertise and extensive experience of internationalization and international student education in Sweden and abroad.

Regarding summer 2020

The application period has been extended until 4 May.

 

Due to the current circumstances, the Professional Development Courses might not be conducted at Campus Gränna, Sweden, and could instead be held completely online, on our online learning platforms. If this is the case then the lodging fee will be refunded.

In the summer of 2020, we offer two intensive professional development courses for university faculty and staff who work with international students. The courses are held on Jönköping University’s Gränna Campus, which offers comfortable accommodations in a peaceful environment.

Effective English-Medium Instruction

July 27-31, Campus Gränna, Sweden

Professional development for faculty who wish to improve their ability to use English as the medium of instruction. Topics include diverse learning communities, EMI pedagogy, and strategies and techniques for EMI teaching and assessment.

More information and application

Designing and Implementing English-Taught Programs

August 3-7, Campus Gränna, Sweden

Professional development for faculty and staff in English-taught programs (ETPs) who wish to learn more about ETP design and implementation. Topics include ETP curriculum and course design, language-conscious practices, academic and social integration, and ETP management.

More information and application

For more information about the courses, please contact nils-olov.fors@ju.se 

Content updated 2020-04-06