ESP TEACHERS IN THE WORLD OF GLOBALISATION AND HIGHER EDUCATION INTERNATIONALISATION

Gabriela Chmelíková, Ľudmila Hurajová

DOI Number
https://doi.org/10.22190/JTESAP1904443C
First page
443
Last page
452

Abstract


This paper deals with the new situation the ESP teachers have to face at Higher Educational Institutions. The authors bring an insight into the situation of ESP in Slovakia and Slovak Technical University. They also put forward that ESP teachers now have to accommodate a new role of facilitators in the internationalisation of higher educational environment using the example of their Visegrad+ Project bringing together ESP practitioners and disciplinary teachers from six countries.

Keywords

ESP teachers, internationalisation, disciplinary teachers, interdisciplinary and transnational cooperation

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