Centre for Research in Language Learning and Use (CReLLU)

Leader: Professor Leah Roberts

The Centre for Research in Language Learning and Use (CReLLU) undertakes fundamental research on language learning, applied research to understand and improve second language education, and research on the teaching and learning of English and other languages.

Welcome

The aim of the CReLLU is to lead cutting edge interdisciplinary research relating to language learning, language use and language in education. Research encompasses foreign, second, bilingual and first language acquisition and the relations between them.

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We are recruiting for a full-time Lecturer in Language Education

Posted on Thursday 14 March 2019

The Department is seeking to recruit a new full-time Lecturer in Language Education to work in the Centre for Research in Language Learning and Use (CReLLU). This position is available at Lecturer level on either an Academic, Research & Teaching (ART) contract or on a Teaching & Scholarship (T&S) contract. Closing date 22 April 2019.

Congratulations to our CReLLU PhD students

Posted on Tuesday 12 March 2019

Our Centre for Research in Language Learning and Use (CReLLU) student, Mahmood Ali successfully defended his PhD thesis and met the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy in Education.

New £2.7m Centre for Excellence to boost modern foreign language skills

Posted on Thursday 10 January 2019

The Department of Education has been awarded government funding to launch England’s first modern foreign languages (MFL) centre for excellence.

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50 Years of Education at York: Academic Conference and Workshop

View presentations from CReLLU's guest speakers