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RESTES: PhD in Progress

You are warmly invited to this RESTES event where you can hear from the following PhD students and how their PhDs are progressing: Jo Kukuczka, Jennifer Sizer, Daniel O'Sullivan, Niamh Mullen, Rob, Playfair, Sanchia Rodrigues, and Jody Bradford. The event will take place via Zoom. This event is free for BALEAP members and there is […]

BAS Event: Constructive (re)alignment and creative (mis)alignment: Working with the BALEAP accreditation scheme criteria

This is a practice-sharing day for institutions with BALEAP-accredited courses, as well as for institutions which are considering accreditation. The event will unpack how course teams understand and enact constructive alignment, one of the three core principles of the accreditation scheme. The event will take place in London: University of Arts London Language Centre 272 […]

ResTES: Collaborative Autoethnography: Opportunities and Challenges

Zoom Link TBC

Online via Zoom Registration closes on June 12th (MON) at 5pm BST. We will email you a zoom link a day before the event. Please email if you have any issues with the registration or haven’t received a system-generated confirmation of your registration. Abstract: Building on EAP practitioner experience of collaborative autoethnography (CAE) (e.g., Carr et al, […]

NFEAP Conference: EAP and Time

We are pleased to announce the 16th annual Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes summer conference, which will take place on Thursday the 15th and Friday the 16th of June 2023 at Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet), Oslo, Norway.   The theme for the 2023 conference is EAP and Time. NFEAP this year is about […]

PIM: AI-assisted academic writing – who’s the author now?

Leafy, walkable, medieval Durham is inviting you onto campus for our PIM on Friday, June 30th, 9.30 – 4pm. We’ll be exploring how HEIs, and EAP / ESP teachers and high-stakes assessment course designers are responding to the latest advances in AI tools available to our students. Neural Machine Translation seems to be moving texts […]

PIM: Multimodality in EAP Contexts

PIM: Multimodality in EAP Contexts 3rd November 2023 @ 9:30am - 4:30pm Heriot-Watt University is inviting you to an online PIM about Multimodality in EAP contexts. Multimodality: “the investigation of diverse modes of communication and their expressions” (Bateman 2014). What can multimodality mean in our context? What is the impact of digital texts on academic and professional […]

Book and Article Reviews


In this event, we will briefly (re)-launch the book and article review initiative by the Research and Publication Baleap subcommittee.  As part of this initiative, Dr Alex Ding will be delivering an engaging session on the topic of book reviews: 'Book reviews are often considered as marginal, a luxury, an indulgence, and a waste of time. Certainly, of little […]

Publishing practice-based research articles A series of workshops for lecturers, tutors, teachers and doctoral students working in the field of English for Academic Purposes


*Please note that this event is now fully booked* It will, however, be recorded so that those who don't have a ticket will be able to view the recordings at a later date. Additionally, due to the high demand for tickets, the sessions will be re-run in the future. Please keep an eye on the […]

ResTES: ‘Exploring the realities endured by students labelled international: Insights from interculturality and higher education’


'Exploring the realities endured by students labelled international: Insights from interculturality and higher education' Dr Ramzi Merabet Date: 21st Feb from 14.00 to15.30, ZOOM Brief Overview This talk will draw on a recently completed doctoral research to critically examine the experiences of students labelled international and the implications resulting from the ongoing process of hyper-internationalisation […]

PIM: Collaboration, Power and Influence

King’s Foundations (KCL) invites you to join us at our Strand Campus or online to discuss issues of collaboration, power and influence within EAP and higher education.   As EAP professionals our work relies on effective collaboration across and beyond the university. However, our willingness to collaborate may not always be reciprocated by faculties, students […]