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We are hereby inviting you to our third

Trainee Day

event of the academic year

17.15, Wednesday 7th March,

Zsibongó, 4th Floor, Rákóczi 5

  • Student-teacher led warmer.

  • Horváth Barbara and her colleague are going to show us how Stephen Krashen’s, input hypothesis can be translated into classroom practice with upper primary and secondary school students. In this presentation, you will learn how to teach your learners using stories as the basis of your curriculum and engage them in a stress-free environment.

  • The cooler at the end once again will be conducted by one of our student teachers.

  • You’re also asked to bring something to drink and nibble if you can, (but please join us even if you can’t).  

If you have any questions please contact revesz.judit@btk.elte.hu.





Help with (O)TDK:

We are happy to announce that the University’s Talent Nurturing Council is launching preparatory courses for students considering joining a student research group (TDK) and entering departmental, faculty-level and/or national academic contests (OTDK) by submitting their research/theoretical papers. The courses are offered in Hungarian in four areas:
• library research
• poster design
• presentation making and public speaking techniques
• composing essays, research papers and journal articles

You can register for these courses at: TDK képzések jelentkezés
Further information on the courses is available at:






We are proud to let the SEAS community know that after spending a year as vice-president, Margit Szesztay of DELP



has just started her two-year service as PRESIDENT of IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Languge), one of the world's largest and most thriving communities of ELT teachers around the world with over 4000 members. (April, 2017)


Congratulations, Margit!





Following the threat to the future of the Central European University (CEU), staff at the School of English and American Studies issued a declaration in support of CEU and academic freedom. To read the text in both English and Hungarian, and to see the the names of those who signed it, please go to:














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