Master in Intercultural Business Communication
Linguistic aspects of intercultural communicative competence, corpus linguistics, translatology and communicology
Born in Slovenia, Neva Čebron earned her Research Master Degree in Linguistics and her PhD Degree into corpus based approaches to comparative linguistics and intercultural studies at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. She also specialized in the history of Chinese art at the Central Academy of Art in Beijing, China.
Dr. Čebron first worked at the Faculty of Maritime and Transport Studies, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, where she taught ESP, and is currently employed at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia.
She has participated in a number of international research projects dealing with sociolinguistic issues in developing intercultural communicative competence (PERMIT, LABICUM, MERIDIEN, IEREST, LSP-HERITAGE, INNOVUP, LagGUIDE) and has produced teaching materials and research articles in this field. Dr. Čebron has also coordinated an EU – Leonardo da Vinci Programme sponsored project CCBC (www.2cbc.net ). Her work has been presented at numerous professional conferences in Slovenia, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Italy, Morocco, India, China and Belgium, while her research has been published in a number of professional publications.
She has been in charge of the Confucius Classroom Koper at the University of Primorska since its inception in 2014.
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