We advise you to contact the course organiser if you have not received an acknowledgment of your registration within a week or two. Enrolments will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis, and a small fee of CHF 70.- will be charged in the case of late cancellations, i.e. ten days or less before the course.
The following courses are planned for 2013:
- Dublin Theatre Festival
- CALP (Course in Advanced Language Practice)
- 25th Aldeburgh Poetry Festival
- SATE Course for Teachers
Dublin Theatre Festival
Date: 4 - 8 October 2013
Venue: Dublin, Ireland
Course Fee: CHF 470.- (travel, accommodation extra)
Organiser/Registrations: Richard Begbie, hinterer Schermen 50, 3063 Ittigen
031 922 1742, email@example.com
Tutors: Richard Begbie, Simon Hicks, Dewi Williams
This will be a repeat of last year’s successful visit to the Dublin Theatre Festival. Here is an extract from last year’s description:
The Dublin Theatre Festival is one of Europe’s most important festivals, with over 500 stage performances. Cutting-edge productions of both classical and contemporary drama from all over the world take place in Dublin’s 25 theatre venues. We will attend an exciting mix of the best English-language theatre and meet some of the directors and actors involved.
CALP (Course in Advanced Language Practice)
Date: 30 October to 1 November 2013
Venue: French Church, Predigergasse 3, Berne
Course Fee: CHF 490.- (travel, accommodation extra)
Organiser/Registrations: Dewi Williams, Bayweg 3, 3123 Belp. 031 332 7657 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutors: Rosemarie Allemann, Richard Begbie, Dewi Williams
This popular course is aimed at people who wish to consolidate and extend their knowledge of English at an advanced level. Activities include: analysis of a prepared literary text (this year “Bring up the Bodies” by Booker Prize winner, Hilary Mantel); discussion of non-literary texts; prepared translation; work on advanced collocation, vocabulary and idiom; lectures; meals with native speakers, cultural activities, etc.
25th Aldeburgh Poetry Festival
Date: 8 - 10 November 2013
Venue: Aldeburgh, UK
Course Fee: CHF 360.- (travel, accommodation extra)
Organiser/Registrations: Richard Begbie, hinterer Schermen 50, 3063 Ittigen 031 922 1742, email@example.com
The Aldeburgh Poetry Festival is regarded as Britain’s leading event of this type, with poets from all over the world reading their work. The festival takes place in Aldeburgh, a small, unspoilt fishing port located on the east coast of Suffolk, and at nearby Snape Maltings, a collection of granaries and malthouses alongside the River Alde.The atmosphere is special – very intense, but also friendly and enjoyable. Number of participants limited to fifteen.
SATE Course for Teachers
Date: 20 - 22 November 2013
details will appear on this spot in due course