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LEARNING ENGLISH IN STUDY ABROAD CONTEXT

26 June 2018

If you plan to study English abroad, you might be interested in the linguistic gains you'll make after a term or a year overseas. So are we! In our research, we explore the relationship between language learning and study abroad experience, along with factors like individual differences, which may influence second language acquisition. If you take part in ERASMUS or another mobility student exchange program, we will help you see how much progress you've made after studying abroad.

Requirements

  • be native Spanish
  • be over 18 y.o.
  • B1 English proficiency level, equivalent to intermediate and above (on CEFR)
  • be an Erasmus or another mobility program participant

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Ethical approval

The study has been approved by the University of Barcelona Philology Department ethics committee, July 18th, 2018.

About the researcher

My name is Diana Samylova, I'm an English teacher and a Ph.D. student at the University of Barcelona. Supervisor - Dr. Raquel Serrano.

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