IELTS Joint-Funded Research Programme 2018

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The IELTS partners (British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia, and Cambridge Assessment English) are pleased to invite applications for funding to undertake research in relation to IELTS. Research projects will be funded to a maximum of £45,000/AUS$70,000 and can last between one and two years, as appropriate to the scope of the research.

 

Research which fit within the following broad areas are particularly encouraged:

 

- Test development and validation

- Contexts of test use

- Test impact

 

Consideration will also be given to other issues of current interest in relation to IELTS.

 

Applications should be submitted by 30 June, 2018. For further details, please visit: https://www.ielts.org/teaching-and-research/research-proposals

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