Introduction to the EMI Oxford Research Network
EMI Oxford Research Network is an international network run by the EMI Oxford research group within the Department of Education at The University of Oxford. The group explores the educational and linguistic implications of the spread of English as a medium instruction (EMI) within communities where English is not the primary language of communication.
Currently, the world is seeing a boom in EMI as an educational model, but the implications this growing trend is severely under-researched. Thus, the research group aims to fill this void in its exploration of the effects of EMI on language learning, content learning, teaching delivery, quality of education, inequalities of access, and other multi-faceted aspects of EMI.
This website is independently maintained by the EMI Oxford Research Group to consolidate our activities across our network which extends beyond the university.
OFFICIAL RESEARCH GROUP PAGE:
To view the official university webpage of the research group, visit the Department of Education, The University of Oxford website
AFFILIATED MEMBER NETWORK:
The EMI Oxford Research Group is affiliated with the network "Teaching English & teaching IN English in global contexts" hosted by The University of Edinburgh. This network extends beyond research issues and provides a space where members can directly share research and teaching resources. All members of this network are encouraged to also sign up with this network so they can use the dynamic space to access and share a range of EMI-related resources.
Please note that the EMI Oxford research group is not affiliated with Oxford EMI Training, which is an independent company operated by one of our research group members.