Question 8

8. What is the language(s) of instruction at each institution?







English at all institutions except Babeș-Bolyai University (Romania, German, Hungarian, English)

English at both

English at Brockport / Russian at Novgorod, but for this COIL course,  Russian students were studying linguistics and using English as a communication/learning tool.

English at George Mason / Russian and English at HSE

English for both

English is the language of instruction at both institutions


English.  At Jena all classes in English studies are taught in English.

In the course, Spanish for SUNY, ESC / ULPGC : Spanish

Japanese and English at SJSU.

KGU and SJSU, English. (Though in Japan, sometimes Japanese is used for clarification.)

Texas Tech courses are taught in English. / MyongJi courses are taught in Korean.

UC: English / UDLAP: Spanish and English

Unisa: English, NCCU: English, RAMA: Danish /English

University of Belize: English is the language of instruction. / CCC: English

UTEP: English; Victoria University: English / At UTEP the primary language is English but about  0% of our student body utilize English as a second language.  In my Global Learning Community classes I would approximate that I had 2-4 students who were in the process of learning English with their primary language being Spanish.

UWM=English / Osaka U=English (for networked activities) and Japanese (for non-networked activities)