Conference 2017

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1st FIPLV East European Regional Congress

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26th BETA-IATEFL Annual International Conference

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Learning and teaching languages: Creating bridges to the future

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Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Department for Information, Qualification and Lifelong Learning

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22nd – 25th  June 2017, Varna

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Plenary and featured speakers: 

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Penny Ur, Oranim Academic College of Education

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Diane Larsen-Freeman, University of  Michigan

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Elka Todeva, SIT Graduate Institute

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Terry Lamb, University of Westminster, London; FIPLV Secretary-General

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Marianne Hepp, Universität Pisa, Italien; Präsidentin des IDV

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Christine O’Leary, Université Hallam de Sheffield

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Cecilia Odéчлен президиума МАПРЯЛ, полномочный представитель МАПРЯЛ в ФИПЛВ

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Cenka Ivanova, St Cyril and St Methodius University of Veliko Turnovo

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Birsen Tütünis,  Istanbul Kültür University

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Zuzana Tomaš, Eastern Michigan University

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Geraldo de Carvalho, Werther Institut in Juiz de Fora/Brasilien, Schriftleiter des IDV

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Denis Cunningham, Australia, FIPLV Honorary Counsellor

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Krystyna Droździał-Szelest, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań; vice-president of Modern Languages Association of Poland

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The working languages of the Congress will be English, Bulgarian, German, French, and Russian. See the forms below.

Download: CONFERENCE PROGRAMME (updated: 14/06/17)

 

SPONSORS and EXIBITORS

 

Download:SECOND CALL (updated: 15/03/17)

 

Download:  REGISTRATION FEES / ТАКСА РЕГИСТРАЦИЯ / FRAIS D’INSCRIPTION / ANMELDEGEBÜHR / ВЗНОС НА УЧАСТИЕ

  

Download: PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE / ПРЕДВАРИТЕЛНА ПРОГРАМА  (updated: 08/03/17)

Download: ACCOMMODATION (updated: 02/04/17)

 

Download: HOW TO GET THERE  

DEADLINE FOR NON-SPEAKERS EXTENDED DUE TO THE GREAT INTEREST – JUNE 10th 2017 Крайният срок за изпращане на заявки за участие без доклад е удължен поради големия интерес- 10.06.2017

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FORM IN ENGLISH

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FORMS IN BULGARIAN

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FORM IN FRENCH

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FORM IN GERMAN

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FORM IN RUSSIAN

Please check this page regularly for further updates.