NordLing 1.5

NordLing 1.5 builds on the original NordLing network of national graduate schools, consolidating particular language studies conceptually and securing them institutionally.

The network focuses on strengthening and enlarging institutional cooperation within a set of tuition themes. NordLing 1.5 offers grants for teachers who spend short periods of time at another participating institution, and offer partial support to the use of IT technologies in network events.

The main focus of the network is to continue the NordLing tradition of offering student travel grants and encouraging institutional cooperation.

Facts about the project
Project leader

Dennis Day, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark