Dubravka Celinšek is a senior lecturer of English and Head of the Department of Foreign Languages for Business. She is also a tutor to students with special needs. She teaches Business English 1, Business English 2 and Business English 3 to undergraduate students. She received her BA in Slovene and English from the Faculty of Arts (University of Ljubljana) and her MSc in Management in Education from the Manchester Metropolitan University. In 2020 she received her doctoral degree in Translation Studies from the Faculty of Arts (University of Ljubljana), defending her doctoral thesis on Terminological Borrowing from English in Management. Her research interest includes problem-based learning and management terminology, namely linguistic borrowing in technical and scientific texts. Within the group of teachers at the SALTSP and at the University of Primorska, she was involved in designing language policy. She is also a member of the Slovenian Academy of Management and an associate member of the Department of Management at the Faculty of Management.
Academic year 2019/20
Mertelj, Darja, Šarolta Godnič Vičič, Violeta Jurkovič, Dostal Mateja, Dubravka Celinšek in Podgoršek Saša. 2016. The positioning of foreign languages for specific purposes research in Slovenia's higher education within international trends. In: Katarina Aškerc, Slavko Cvetek, Viktorija Florjančič, Manja Klemenčič, Barica Marentič Požarnik in Sonja Rutar (eds.). Improving Quality of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. CMEPIUS. Available at http://www.cmepius.si/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Monografija_splet.pdf
Celinšek, Dubravka. 2015. Pomen, pojavljanje, prevzemanje in prevajanje besede management v slovenščini. Jezikoslovni zapiski 21(2): 61–84. Ljubljana: , ZRC SAZU december 2015).
Celinšek, Dubravka and Mirko Markič. 2008. Implementing Problem-based Learning in a Higher Education Institution. International Journal of Management in Education 2 (1): 88–106.
MSc, Senior Lecturer in Foreign Business Languages