Welcome to the AULC Website
AULC has more than 80 institutional members, including over 70 HEIs from the UK, 7 from the Republic of Ireland and 3 other organisations (see our list of members)
If you are interested in joining, please contact the Secretary or any of the other Executive Committee members for information.
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UCML/AULC/HEA Survey 2012-13
A survey of IWLPs in the UK was conducted in October-November 2012 and reported at the AULC conference and UCML plenary meeting in January 2013. Read the full report here.
AULC Conference 2014
The 2014 conference will be held at University College, Dublin on Thursday and Friday January 9th and 10th. Details of the programme and registration are now available. Please contact Hugo O'Donnell with any queries, and please remember to register early.
AULC Conference 2013
The 2013 conference was held at the University of Durham on Thursday and Friday January 10th and 11th. See details of the programme and presentations.
See 'Minutes and reports' for details of all previous AGMs/Conferences since 1999
CercleS Conference 2012:
"Going for Gold – Overcoming Hurdles"
The 2012 CercleS conference was held at the LSE on Thursday, Friday and Saturday September 6th, 7th and 8th. Details can be found at the LSE conference website.
'Shaping the Future of Languages in HE'
AULC is a partner in the national 'Shaping the Future of languages project, launched in June 2011. The project website provides resources to assist language centres and academic departments to promote the work they do, under three headings: shared identity, internationalisation and employability.
'Speak to the Future' campaign
AULC is a participant in the national 'Speak to the Future campaign', launched on February 15th 2011. In particular, we support Objective 4: "Every graduate qualified in a second language
This will prepare future leaders in business, the professions, voluntary organisations, education and research to thrive and communicate confidently in complex global societies "
As part of this campaign several AULC members celebrated the Festival of Languages on or around March 8th (Mardi Gras) in 2011. Read reports of these events. Events were again held on February 21st 2012. In 2013 Mardi Gras will be on or around February 12th, when we hope more celebrations will take place.