Explore ‘the world of language learning’ with SMILE!
- What are the advantages of learning less widely used and taught European languages?
- How can language learning increase competitiveness and employability and create new job opportunities?
- What opportunities can language learning offer to various disadvantaged groups in order to help them integrate in society?
- What are the existing good practices and methodologies for promotion of less widely used and taught languages in Europe?
The Network for Social and Market Inclusion through Language Education (SMILE) gives you the answer!
The SMILE network consists of 20 partner organizations from 15 European countries. In the coming three years the partners will join their efforts to identify areas and target groups that can benefit from the promotion and learning of less widely used and taught languages. The partners will discuss and exchange ideas on current national and European policies in the field of language learning and will perform a research on existing good practices and methodologies for promotion of less widely used and taught languages.
For more information on the project, please contact your local partner.
Contact details and more information are available on the project website: www.smile-network.eu