Please note that the programme is provisional and may be subject to change.

Advance registration is mandatory. Click here to register.

Friday 22 November 2019 (Brussels School of International Studies - University of Kent)

09.15 09.30


09.30 09.45

Welcome and Ice Breaker

09.45 11.00

Integrating Research-Led Teaching

How can we effectively integrate contemporary research and new findings into our teaching? What are the advantages and disadvantages of doing so? This panel will provide insights, ideas and approaches for research-led teaching.

Chair: Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters, UACES Graduate Forum Committee Member & University of Kent

11.00 11.30

Coffee Break

11.30 12.45

Selling Your Teaching Skills in Your CV

Whether applying for an academic job or not, this session will discuss how to effectively showcase the skills gained from teaching on your CV. It will also discuss the qualities, skills and attributes universities look for when hiring teachers.

Chair: Rachael Dickson, University of Birmingham & UACES Graduate Forum Chair

12.45 13.30

Lunch (provided)

13.30 13.45

Graduate Forum Committee Elections 2019: Candidate Introductions and Voting

We are looking for 3 PhD or early-career researchers to join the UACES Graduate Forum Committee. If you are interested in nominating yourself, or for more information about voting, please click here.

13.45 15.15


Delegates will be split into 3 groups and participate in each session by rotation:

  1. Using Technology in Teaching
  2. Module Building
  3. Inclusive Teaching
15.15 15:45

Coffee Break

15.45 17:00

Teaching on a Changing Europe

As teachers of contemporary Europe, we face a constantly changing subject matter. This panel will reflect on the challenges and on how to better facilitate learning and teaching in times of social and political change in Europe and the European Union (EU).

Chair: Kamila Feddek, UACES Graduate Forum Committee & University of Glasgow

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