Expanding Horizons. Connecting with Professional Organisations and External Partners . Challenges. Dominance of English Decline in student numbers Funding climate Promoting the case for languages with students, funders and policy-makers Making our work relevant to our stakeholders.
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Connecting with Professional Organisations and External Partners
Focus on ideas for practical ways of achieving your goals
Principle of collaboration for mutual benefit
Consider the appropriate mix of:
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Teaching and Teachers’ Organisations
Professional Linguists’ Organisations
and Other Networks and Consortia, such as Routes into Languages and Links into Languages
The 2010 Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Education and Skills Survey cites employer dissatisfaction with UK graduates’ foreign language skills as the greatest source of dissatisfaction (56%) in graduate skills, and international cultural awareness as the third greatest source of concern (40%).