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Challenges of studies in English – participation in survey

Thursday 9.05.2019

Challenges of studies in English – participation in survey

We would like to encourage students and teachers to participate in survey about Challenges of studies in English.

The survey is conducted by Agata Mikołajewska  a PhD student at University College London (UCL). The purpose of the survey  is to identify challenges associated with studying and teaching in English.

 

More info about the study:

Participation in the study involves completing an online questionnaire (which takes up to 15 minutes).

Students and lecturers eligible for participation are:

Students who:

(1)    study on a degree programme taught fully in English at a university in Poland
(at bachelors, masters or doctoral level)

(2)    are not native speakers of English

(3)    do not study English Philology or American Studies

Lecturers who:

(1)    teach on degree programmes in English at a university in Poland
(at bachelors, masters or doctoral level)

(2)    are not native speakers of English

(3)    do not teach on English Philology or American Studies only

Link to the questionnaire for students: https://www.soscisurvey.de/EMI_challenges/?q=base
Link to the questionnaire for lecturers: https://www.soscisurvey.de/EMI_challenges/?q=qnr2
Both questionnaires are available in two language versions: Polish and English. It does not matter which language version a participant chooses.

Students taking part in the study have a chance to win one of three prizes (20 PLN each).
The online questionnaire is anonymous, and the study gained ethical approval from the UCL Ethics Committee.


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