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Cambridge English announces six IATEFL Scholarships 2014

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Cambridge English Language Assessment will fund six professionals or researchers involved in English language teaching or language assessment to attend the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) conference next April.

The six scholarships – open to teachers, researchers and academics in the fields of English language learning, teaching and assessment – will fund expenses paid trips to the 48th Annual IATEFL Conference, Harrogate, UK, 2–5 April 2014.

This year’s categories include the Cambridge English: Teacher Training Scholarship and the Cambridge English Teacher Scholarship. There are also scholarships in memory of four leading figures, now sadly passed away, who made a huge impact on the language teaching and assessment industry over the last few decades: Dr Peter Hargreaves, Bill Shephard, Dr John Trim and Morgan Terry.

People wanting to apply will need to submit a written exercise and application (details in website below). Successful applicants will receive an expenses paid trip to the IATEFL Conference 2014 (including flights), a year’s membership of IATEFL and a year’s membership of Cambridge English Teacher – a professional development site for teachers developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge University Press.

To find out more and how to apply visit the scholarship pages on the IATEFL website .

The deadline for entry is 22 August 2013.

Written by cambridgeenglishde

August 12, 2013 at 8:35 am

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  1. concerning Cambridge English: Cambridge English Teacher Scholarship should we write one statement or two?. and whom should we send the statement?


    August 15, 2013 at 6:32 pm

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