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May 27, 2013

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Register for 4th ESP Conference in Germany

Teaching-English-in-France"Online registration is now open for the 4th English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Conference at the Hochschule (University of Applied Sciences) in Ulm, Germany on 4th/5th October 2013.

The expansion of scientific, technical and economic activity on an international scale has created an increasing demand for learning English not for pleasure but because the language is the key to technology and commerce. The demand for English courses tailored to specific needs is rapidly growing not only in areas such as law, medicine, and finance but also aviation, the automobile & automotive industry, military & peacekeeping and many more.

In order to help English language trainers keep up-to-date with the latest developments and trends in ESP including students’ and companies’ specific needs, the next ESP Conference will be held at the Institut für Fremdsprachen und Management, Hochschule Ulm on Saturday 5th October 2013. The plenary speech will be by Ian Badger, "Business Critical ESP Training."

Early bird registration fee rates apply until 30 June.

The pre-conference seminar on teaching technical English on Friday, 4th October is being sponsored by the International Association of Technical English Trainers (IATET). The seminar is free for IATET members.

Find out more about the event or register here.

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