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July 17, 2013


Cambridge announces ALTE Paris 2014 Scholarship

cambridge-english-logo.jpgCambridge English Language Assessment will fund a teacher or post-graduate student involved in English language education to attend a leading conference on multilingualism, which will be held in Paris next year.

The ALTE Paris 2014 Scholarship will fund the successful applicant to attend the ALTE 5th International Conference. Entrants must work or be studying in the fields of language learning, teaching and assessment, and will have never attended an ALTE International Conference before.

The scholarship will include registration for the two-day event, up to three nights' accommodation in Paris, travel costs, and an invitation to attend the conference drinks reception. To apply entrants must submit a short essay, of between 500–1000 words, on the subject of: 'How a good language test can support effective learning'.

Submissions will be judged on their originality, relevance to professional experience, and on their insight into language learning, teaching and assessment. Entrants must also provide a brief CV and a passport size photo with their essay.

Deadline for submissions – Monday 30 September 2013, and the winner will be announced in October 2013.

Download the full terms and conditions, with details of how to submit your entry

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