Invitation to participate in a language and study abroad project

Researchers at Charles Sturt University are conducting some fascinating research into undergraduate language students and study abroad. If you’re a university language student over 18 and considering studying abroad, why not participate in this study? (You’ll even get a $40 Amazon or iTunes gift card for your time.)

From the research team:

Invitation to take part in a research study

Are you an undergraduate from the US, Canada, Australia or the UK who is studying a language and who has either just left or is just about to travel abroad for a study, work or volunteer placement for three months or more?  If so, consider participating in this research about your information experience and use as you settle in! You’ll be helping me with my research, but you’d gain a valuable chance to reflect on your experiences abroad, which may help you if you have to write a report for your program. I will also be providing USD$40 Amazon or iTunes gift cards to compensate you for your time.

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You are eligible if you are:

*   Currently undertaking an undergraduate degree in a world language (eg French, Spanish, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, etc.)

*   In the United States, Canada or Australia, this includes students with language major/minor or who are studying a language in an honors/honours programme

*   In the United Kingdom, this includes students studying single or joint honours

*   Have just left on/About to go abroad for a period of three months or more

*   This includes study, work or volunteer placements

Sound intriguing? Find out more and register your interest at: https://languagestudyabroad.wordpress.com/

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