Bilingualism Matters @Poznań

Branch of Bilingualism Matters at the Faculty of English
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

  • We do research and disseminate knowledge
    about bi/multilingualism and multiculturalism
  • We increase general awareness
    about the benefits and challenges posed by bi/multilingualism
  • We encourage policies and practices
    that promote linguistic diversity and bi/multilingual schooling

About us

As a branch of the Bilingualism Matters an internationally recognized centre at the University of Edinburgh, Bilingualism Matters @Poznań affiliated at the Faculty of English at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań aims to disseminate knowledge on bi/multilingualism and multiculturalism, as well as to encourage dialogue in academic circles and among the local community about benefits and challenges posed by these phenomena. The Bilingualism Matters @Poznań cooperates with parents, teachers, health professionals, policy makers, and employers.

Aims:

  • To increase general awareness concerning bi/multilingualism
  • To encourage bi/multilingual schooling policies
  • To make research findings accessible to general public
  • To help make informed decisions on language learning and use
  • To promote knowledge concerning linguistic diversity in Poland and beyond
  • To encourage minority language maintenance
  • To establish links with other BM branches

Target audience:

  • Parents who want to raise their children bilingually
  • Pupils and their parents who want to follow a bilingual programme at primary/secondary schools
  • School authorities and teachers who run such programmes
  • Teacher trainees
  • Students from the Faculty of English and from AMU in general
  • City representatives and other educational authorities
  • General audience

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Email
  • bm@wa.amu.edu.pl
Social media
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • instagram
Office hours with our experts
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4-6pm
Our address
  • BILINGUALISM MATTERS @POZNAN
Collegium Martineum
ul. Święty Marcin 78
61-809 Poznań
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