Generally considered the foremost meeting for second language researchers in Europe, the 2023 conference of the European Second Language Association (EuroSLA) will bring together for the thirty-second year researchers working on second language acquisition, processing, and use from across the world. The conference will be hosted at the University of Birmingham from 30 August to 2 September 2023.
Download the Book of Abtracts (PDF)
'Bilingualism and language learning in special populations' roundtable
- Judit Kormos, Lancaster University
- Benjamin Kremmel, Innsbruck University
- Jackie Masterson, UCL Institute of Education
- Anna Tsakalaki, University of Reading
View the roundtable programme and abstracts
The EuroSLA conference registration deadline was Sunday 30 July. Registration is now closed.
- Up to 14 July: 80% registration fees refunded
- 15 July to 14 August: 50% registration fees refunded. No refund on hotel rooms.
- After 15 August: No refund
The University of Birmingham, UK with the conference hub situated in our Aston Webb Great Hall.
Find information on how to travel to the University of Birmingham.
Local Organising Committee
The local organising committee is an interdisciplinary team from four departments/schools across three colleges: Education, English Language and Linguistics, Modern Languages and Psychology.
- Bene Bassetti Chair (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, School of Education, University of Birmingham)
- Akira Murakami Deputy Chair (Department of English Language and Linguistics)
- Dagmar Divjak (Department of Modern Languages)
- Andrea Krott (School of Psychology)
- Petar Milin (Department of Modern Languages)
- Robin Thompson (School of Psychology)
- Maria Reraki (formerly University of Birmingham, now Edge Hill University)
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference will be based in our Aston Webb Building, at the heart of our university in Chancellor's Court. This is R6 on our university campus map.
Directions to Birmingham and our Edgbaston campus are available on the Getting here page.
Lunches and refreshments will be provided for conference delegates. There will also be a drinks reception, and the option to register and pay for the conference dinner as part of our registration process.
For more information on food and drink options on and off campus visit our Food and Drink page.
You can visit our conferences and events webpages for options at Edgbaston Park Hotel or Peter Scott House.
The University campus is easily accessible by public transport from Birmingham city centre (approx. 10 - 15 mins); we have put together a suggested list of accomodation in Birmingham for all budgets. Please visit our Accommodation page for more information.