Modularising multilingual and multicultural academic...
The MAGICC project is of interest to higher education students, teaching staff, faculties, policy makers and employers because it:
• describes and conceptualises multilingual and multicultural communication competences including first language(s) for the higher education level,
• complements the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
• provides transnational tools for integrating academic, intercultural, and life-long learning dimensions in the graduate's multilingual repertoire building
• enables shared understanding of reference levels and transnational harmonisation of alternative forms of assessment
• supports recognition of students' multilingual and multicultural profile, and renders it visible to third parties