Ina Celise Sortland is a PhD Research Scholar at the Department of Professional and Intercultural Communication at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). She has a teacher qualification in Norwegian language and literature and holds a master’s degree in Norwegian as a second language from the University of Bergen.
While her master thesis focused on conceptual transfer within the field of Norwegian as a second language, her current research interests include second language acquisition, professional language, pragmatics, and communication in workplace settings.
Her teaching experience includes Norwegian language and culture and second language teaching.
International experience includes living and studying in Australia, Spain, France, and Nicaragua.