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  • KTH Japan Day builds bridges through language, culture, and collaboration

    Participants at KTH Japan Day.
    Per Lundqvist, Pär Jönsson, Akiko Shirabe and other participants at KTH Japan Day.
    Published Dec 06, 2023

    When KTH Language and Communication together with the Embassy of Japan in Sweden arranged KTH Japan day November 27, a wide audience joined up – from fresh students to senior professors.

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  • Promoting Practical Scholarship and Internationalisation at ITM

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    Jamie Rinder with Anna Hellberg Gustafsson (KTH’s Erasmus co-ordinator) and David Tual (GELS co-founder and director of the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Languages and Inter-Communication).
    Published Sep 05, 2023

    Stockholm, 6 September 2023 - In an initiative to strengthen practical scholarship and foster international collaboration in language and communication education for engineering students, the Global E...

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  • A new KTH Guide to scientific writing

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    Susanna Zeitler Lyne, Jamie Rinder, and Jane Bottomley are the brains behind KTH's new writing guide.
    Published Sep 06, 2022

    A new guide to scientific writing in English will help KTH staff and students not only to write effective texts, but also to find their own ‘academic voice’.

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  • Communication course clarifies the benefits of your research

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    Published Dec 22, 2020

    More and more researchers understand the importance of being able to communicate their research to the surrounding society. With the course Communicating Research Beyond the Academy, doctoral students...

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  • The language café provides security and courage to speak Swedish

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    This autumn's language cafés are taking place in Zoom due to the prevailing pandemic. Photo: Chris Montgomery, Unsplash
    Published Aug 27, 2020

    September will see the restart of KTH’s language café via Zoom. “All participants help one another and the sense of unity is incredible – we have a great time together,” says Eva Lövstedt Panova, a f...

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  • Swedish increasingly important to KTH

    Rebecca Hincks and Charlotte Hurdelbrink
    Charlotte Hurdelbrink and Rebecca Hincks are language planners at KTH.
    Published Jan 28, 2020

    Being Sweden's second most international university is a privilege, but it also has its challenges. With fewer and fewer Swedish-speaking employees, KTH risks its role as an important participant in s...

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