Foreign Language Teacher Training Capacity Development as a
Way to Ukraine’s Multilingual Education and
European Integration


Project acronym: MultiEd

Project duration: 15 November 2019 – 14 November 2022

The amount of the grant program Erasmus + (CBHE): 900 099 EUR

Grant holder: University of Tartu, Estonia

Project goals: Curriculum of Teacher of Foreign Languages development; education of in-service teachers (both school and university teachers, academic staff); internationalization of education through launching CLIL-based courses and developing multilingual education strategies for UA HEIs and National Recommendations on Multilingual Higher Education.

Specific project objectives are:

  1. To train academic and professional staff teams.
  2. To review and audit all current curricula in the field of Education (BA and MA of TFLs);
  3. To update on average 14 courses for BA and MA of.
  4. To deliver and evaluate courses (both new and updated through CLIL approach
  5. To launch, pilot and introduce on a regular basis the revised curricula.
  6. To train academic and professional staff on e-course development.
  7. To develop, deliver and evaluate e-course «CLIL Methodology» for target groups.
  8. To survey public opinion on «Multilingual education in Ukraine».
  9. To embed the ideas of life-long learning and blended education with academic and professional staff.
  10. To design and deliver seminars on new pedagogical approaches, CLIL & ELT (English Language Teaching) methods.
  11. Career-relevant general skills development for target groups.

Expected results:

  1. Updated education programs.
  2. New courses developed.
  3. Multilingual educational strategy developed.
  4. National Recommendations on Multilingual Higher Education developed.
  5. Skiles of in-service teachers are upgraded.


  • University of Tartu (Estonia);
  • Heidelberg University (Germany);
  • Aston University (UK);
  • Interlink Academy (Germany);
  • Zaporizhzhia National University (Ukraine);
  • O.Sukhomlynskyi National University of Mykolaiv (Ukraine);
  • Cherkasy National University (Ukraine);
  • Poltava V. G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University (Ukraine);
  • N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine);
  • Donbas State Pedagogical University, Horlivka Institute for Foreign Languages (Ukraine);
  • Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University (Ukraine);
  • Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (Ukarine);
  • Non-Governmental Organization «Association of Teachers of English» TESOL-Ukraine»
  • Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine;

Contact person and project manager in Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University: Ms. Lyubov ZINYUK, Head of the Project Management Department, e-mail: