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Published three times per year in open access, Babylonia is the Swiss Journal of Language Education.

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Publication of report on multilingualism in vocational education and training (VET)


A new study (m-voc project) by the University of Exeter in the UK and the Berufs- und Weiterbildungszentrum Buchs Sargans, a vocational college in Switzerland, sheds light on this under-researched area, by looking at multilingualism in 11 technical VET programmes. The report summarises experiences and opinions of 674 learners and 87 other stakeholders regarding multilingualism, language learning and language use in VET, and makes recommendations for practice and research. It is now available in German and English:

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Vol. 3 (2023): Living languages at museums II
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Published: 2023-09-09


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