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The impact of participation in ERASMUS study abroad in the UK on students’ overall English language proficiency, self-efficacy, English use anxiety and self-motivation to continue learning English: a mixed methods investigation

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It is widely assumed that participation in study abroad contributes to developing second language (L2) proficiency, as well as related outcomes such as higher levels of L2 learning motivation and intercultural competence. However, empirical studies into the outcomes of participation in study abroad have been affected by a series of methodological limitations, including complete reliance on participant self-assessment, the omission of longitudinal design elements, failure to control for non...

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University of Oxford/ St Edmund Hall
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