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From French at Stirling to Translation at the European Court of Justice

The Summer is always a good time to catch up with former students and find out where life has taken them since graduating. After Lelde Benke’s… 430 more words

French At Stirling

Welcome to Ustinov College! Please leave.

It’s mid-August at Durham University and Ustinov College is beginning to prepare for Induction Week, the not-quite-as-fun-sounding postgraduate name for Freshers’ Week. This year that begins on 28 September. 1,101 more words

Ustinov College

New article by former French at Stirling PhD student

For those with an interest in French rap and/or sociolinguistics (and the ability to read French…), great new article by our former PhD student Martin Verbeke available online here!

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From French at Stirling to EU Energy Policies and Entrepreneurship

Christopher Ball completed his Integrated Masters in International Management and Intercultural Studies in 2011 and, following his year in Strasbourg, returned to Stirling where he has recently finished his… 430 more words

French At Stirling

Postgraduate Language Teaching Training

Research Postgraduates at the School of Classics often take part in the teaching of Greek and Latin at sub-honours level, but aside from the University provision of (non-subject specific) teaching training and the advice given them by the relevant module coordinator, they weren’t offered any further support – until 2015, when Emma Buckley and I came up with a training scheme to help them out, which focuses specifically on the teaching of classical languages. 701 more words


Call for Papers: New Voices in Japanese Studies

The Call for Papers is now open for New Voices in Japanese Studies (NVJS), an interdisciplinary open-access journal for emerging researchers published by The Japan Foundation, Sydney. 57 more words


Congratulations to our 2016 SAC graduates

Final year students and successful postgraduates from the School of Anthropology & Conservation graduated in July in a ceremony celebrating student achievement and the University’s commitment to remaining a diverse, European-focused institution. 154 more words