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LINGUIST List 24.3169

Tue Aug 06 2013

FYI: Call for Cambridge English Funded Research Program

Editor for this issue: Damir Cavar <damirlinguistlist.org>

Date: 01-Aug-2013
From: Fiona Barker <barker.fcambridgeenglish.org>
Subject: Call for Cambridge English Funded Research Program
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Dear list members

The Call for Proposals for the fifth round of the Cambridge English Funded Research Program is now open.

Cambridge English Language Assessment is once again providing funding of up to GBP 15,000 per project for research into Cambridge English exams and teaching qualifications in relation to test validation, contexts of use, test impact and learning-oriented assessment. Educational institutions and qualified researchers are encouraged to submit proposals but please note that Doctoral or Masters students are not eligible for funding. For further information view the Call for Proposals at http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/research-and-validation/research-and-collaboration/

Please send any queries regarding the Programme to the email contact in the Call for Proposals or consult the online FAQs. Proposal forms should be submitted by midnight GMT 01 October 2013.

Kind regards
Fiona Barker


Dr Fiona Barker
Senior Research and Validation Manager
Cambridge English
Language Assessment

Part of the University of Cambridge
www.cambridgeenglish.org


Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

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