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  BELDA MEDINA, JOSE RAMON

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BELDA MEDINA, JOSE RAMON

Personal data

E-mail:
Tel. No.
+34 965903400 x 9438
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Current professional activity

Position:
PROFESOR/A TITULAR UNIVERSIDAD
Dept.
FILOLOGÍA INGLESA
Institutes:
I.INTERUNIV. LENGUAS MODERNAS APLICADAS
Groups:
UNESCO Code:
570504 - Lexicología
570510 - Sociolingüística
5701 - Lingüística aplicada
570501 - Lingüística comparada
570103 - Bilingüismo
580107 - Métodos pedagógicos
570112 - Traducción
570111 - Enseñanzas de lenguas

Academic background

  • Doctor en Filología Inglesa.
    Universidad de Alicante. (01/05/2000)
  • Grado de Licenciado.
    Universidad de Alicante. (01/06/1998)
  • Licenciado en Filologia Hispanica
    Universidad de Alicante (30/06/1994)
  • Licenciado en Filología Inglesa.
    Universidad de Alicante. (30/06/1994)

Dr Jose Belda Medina is a Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor (Profesor Titular),  Department of English Studies, at the University of Alicante  (Spain). He completed his studies in Germany, the UK  and the USA. He has been teaching English as a Second Language (ESL), Español como Lengua Extranjera (ELE) and Historical and Applied Linguistics for 18 years in Spain (Alicante, Valencia, Barcelona)  and in other countries (Germany, UK, Ireland, USA). He participated in the implementation of different English and Spanish language teaching programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  He  was  the Resident Director of a  Master Program in Spanish co-organised with Central Michigan University (USA) and Spanish Academic Coordinator for several American colleges at the Universidad de Alicante. His research interests are  Second Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics, Terminology, ICTs and internationalization. He has participated in different international conferences (BAAL, TESOL, AEDEAN, AESLA, etc) and research projects and published several articles in scientific  journals (Target, Meta, Translation and Terminology, Babel, etc).  He was the Academic Director of the Rafael Altamira Summer Program at the UA for six years (2006-2012), coordinating 30 Summer courses and approx. 2,000 students per year and he designed and coordinated the International Summer Program (www.isp.ua.es), coorganized with several American universities (University of Missouri, Central Michigan University, Rutgers University, Western Illinois University, University of Memphis, Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey, etc)  at the University of Alicante.  He was the Director of International Mobility (Office  of International Relations) for 4 years (2012-2016). He was in charge of all exchange programmes and international partnerships with the University of Alicante (30,000 students).  He  prepared and coordinated the new Erasmus+ program (2014-2016) at the UA and participated in several global education conferences every year (EAIE, NAFSA, QS-APPLE) where he negotiated new international agreements with several universities from different countries (UK, USA, Canada,  France, Germany, South Korea, Taiawan, Australia, Japan, Russia, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Malaysia, Thailand, New Zealand, etc).