EMI Doctoral Webinars

Welcome to the EMI Doctoral Webinars page, where we feature webinars made by graduate students for graduate students. If you would like to share your doctoral/graduate research, please get in touch with us!

Watch our webinars here:

Are you interested in sharing your EMI & GE research?

Are you interested in sharing your EMI & GE research with our network? In this short video, we explain how you can share your research with us via a short doctoral webinar video.
If you have any question, don’t hesitate to contact us!
EMI Doctoral Webinar: Kari Sahan, kari.sahan@new.ox.ac.uk
GE Doctoral Webinar: Natsuno Funada, natsuno.funada@education.ox.ac.uk

Webinar 1: Kari Sahan, “Implementing EMI at a University in Turkey: a Pilot Study”

Kari Sahan is a DPhil (PhD) student at the University of Oxford. Her research looks at EMI policies and classroom language practices at universities in Turkey. In this webinar, she shares the findings from her pilot study.

Webinar 2: Sihan Zhou, “Listening comprehension in EMI”

Sihan Zhou, a PhD student in Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford, introduces her research on listening comprehension in EMI.

Webinar 3: Minhui (Becca) Wei, “Vocabulary Learning in EMI”

Minhui Wei, a PhD student in Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford, introduces her doctoral research on vocabulary learning strategies in EMI.
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