Attend: WORLDCTE Conference 2020

What: WORLDCTE Conference 2020

When: 21–23 August, 2020

Where: MODUL University, Vienna, Austria

Hundreds of members of the academia, scientists, researchers, scholars, non-profit members, and government agencies’ representatives will gather on 21–23 August, 2020, in Vienna, Austria, at the second World Conference on Teaching and Education (WORLDCTE). Inspiring speakers, latest research findings, engaging networking, unparalleled learning opportunities – WORLDCTE is the ideal setting to bring yourself up to date on the most crucial developments in the field of education, teaching, and learning.

The 2019 edition of the conference took place on 18–20 October in the beautiful Central European city of Budapest, Hungary. It was organised under the close guidance of a prestigious scientific committee, ensuring every presentation was original and uncovered the latest trends and challenges in the field.

The event attracted a diverse and international audience of academics, scholars, and researchers. The United States of America, Canada, Israel, Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Thailand, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Moldova,  Indonesia, Denmark, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, South Korea, Belarus, Algeria, Lithuania, Slovenia, United Arab Emirates, Rwanda, and Barbados are some of the countries the attendees came from. The programme mirrored this international nature of the event, covering a wide range of subjects, including decision-making between online and frontal EFL courses, non-formal learning, coach-created empowering, higher education and jobs creation, and numerous others.

The organisers made sure that WORLDCTE went beyond offering its attendees learning opportunities and invited everyone to join a free guided tour of the city. Budapest has much to offer to its visitors. Its culture and architecture are unique and steeped in history. This experience ensured that the attendees and speakers left the event with unforgettable memories and a treasure trove of knowledge.

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