Professors from the foreign language and literatures department explain the benefits of knowing more than one language, including understanding your own language better, being better off in the job market and just having fun.
In the 21st century, linguistic diversity is no longer a Biblical curse but a defining feature of modern societies. In the company of Anna Solé, who leads a truly multilingual life, we take a journey of discovery to explore the many ways in which multilingualism creates opportunities for personal, social and economic growth.
A documentary by GERARD FARRÉ-ESCOFET, DAVID RAMOS, JOAN ÚBEDA. A Media 3.14 production
Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2012, ERASMUS is the most successful student exchange programme in the world. Each year, more than 230 000 students study abroad thanks to the Erasmus programme. It also offers the opportunity for student placements in enterprises, university staff teaching and training, and it funds co-operation projects between higher education institutions across Europe.
The European Day of Languages, organised jointly by the European Commission and the Council of Europe , has been held every year since 2001. The Council of Europe is also helping to promote a wide range of awareness-raising initiatives in its 47 member countries as part of the "Talk to me!" campaign led by the European Centre for Modern Languages in Graz, Austria. The events focus on encouraging people of all ages, in and out of school, to embrace language learning, and to celebrate cultural and linguistic diversity.
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