Dissemination of effective English for Academic purposes pedagogies and instructional practices

Hosting Higher Education Institution:
University of Crete
Institution website:
Thursday, 15 September, 2022 to Monday, 19 September, 2022
Registration fee:
130 euro
Fee reductions/waivers:
Maximum number of participants:
Deadline for applying:
Sunday, 31 July, 2022
Accommodation not provided
Contact person details:
Kallia Katsampoxaki-Hodgetts eap_crete_submissions@uoc.gr, eap_crete_registrations@uoc.gr


We are happy to invite teachers of English for Academic Purposes and/or  English for Specific Academic Purposes to apply in order to attend this very rewarding EAPCRETE staff-week event and experience excellent training and networking opportunities.

 In order to be eligible for this Erasmus grant, you need to submit a 300-abtract for a poster, pecha kucha or a paper presentation sharing best practices coupled by a solid theoretical EAP/ESP background. 

Kindly note that all succcessful applicants will have to present a powerpoint file with slides (pptx for a 20min presentation or 60-90 min workshop) of an effective pedagogical or instructional EAP/ESP/ESAP practice applied in their context. More information on registration fees, submission procedures and deadlines can be found in our website https://eapcrete.wordpress.com  

Please note that if you are not an EAP/ESP or ESAP instructor or lecturer with a specialisation in Specific Academic English, your application and your abstract will be rejected by the scientific committee. Once your abstract proposal is accepted, you will need to send your ERASMUS staff-week application [The contact person for ERASMUS is Ms Evi Kortsidaki intreloff@med.uoc.gr ] Ask your Erasmus officer to help you draft the application. Then, you need to register online. The contact person for this is eap_crete_registrations@uoc.gr

The venue is in Heraklion, Crete at the Computer Science department of the University of Crete.                          

We are looking forward to seeing you on the island of Crete.       


On behalf of the EAPCRETE team,    


Kallia Katsampoxaki-Hodgetts