Reservations are now closed for this event!
As part of the wider language-policy-and-plan consultation process that will take place over the next few months, you are invited to participate in this exciting process of shaping a revised language policy and plan aimed at further enhancing the NWU's reputation as an innovative multilingual institution.
The colloquium will take the form of two panel discussions, looking at this complex and multifaceted topic from the perspectives of both the indigenous African languages and English, and there will also be time for participation by attendees:
- Panel 1: Development of African indigenous languages (including Afrikaans) for higher education
- Panel 2: English in higher education and multilingual pedagogies
Reservations are now closed!
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