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BALEAP Professional Issues Meeting

Northumbria University


The BALEAP PIM will now take place as a virtual event on Saturday 27th March 2021. Delegates will receive joining instructions and a link prior to the event.

An updated programme booklet  and information about registering for the event are now available below. 


Northumbria Language Centre is delighted to announce that we will be hosting the BALEAP PIM on the theme of ‘Integration’. We invite interested academics and teaching professionals to join us.

We are delighted to confirm that our plenary speaker for BALEAP PIM March 2021 will be:

Professor Helen Spencer-Oatey Centre for Applied Linguistics at University of Warwick

Presentation Title: Promoting integration and rapport in international education

Professor Spencer-Oatey has written extensively on integration and internationalisation, as well as intercultural communication and competencies.

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Registration is now open. CLICK HERE to register.

  • BALEAP Member Fee: £15
  • Non-Member Fee: £20

For any questions or queries about registration, please contact:


An interactive version of the BALEAP PIM 27 March 2021 programme is is available below. If you prefer to download an interactive digital pdf of the programme for your electronic device (laptop, tablet, phone), please click on the link on the link below.

Download an interactive pdf version for your electronic device here.

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