INVITATION TO THE SCIENTIFIC ENGLISH COURSE within the project “ARROW” funded by Erasmus+ program, EU

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Objectives: This course is for the teaching staff and graduate students of the National University of Mongolia and designed to help teaching staff and graduate students  improve their writing skills for research publications at the scientific journals.

Duration: 2019.11.18-2019.12.20

Subject outline: Lecture – 48 hours

  • Research Design for International Funding
  • Research Grant Proposal Writing
  • Writing Research Papers for Intl’ Publication
  • Academic Writing and Readability
  • Publication Strategies and Ethics

Seminar and assignment – 27 hours

  • Paper review (max 10 pages for each participant)

Participants: 15

Requirements for participant:

  • Successful attendance shall be required
  • Upper intermediate level of English
  • Preferable for the teacher / staff who have a draft paper

For registration: Click on HERE

Registration deadline: 2019.11.16, 17:00

COURSE SCHEDULE

No. Topic Hours Tutor’s name Research field
1 Research design for international funding/publication 2 hrs Prof. D.Bum-Ochir Antropology, Philology
2 Research grant proposal writing 2 hrs Prof. Erdenebat.B Economics, Finance, Econometrics
3 Writing research papers for international publications 6 hrs Prof. D.Bum-Ochir

 

Antropology, Philology
4 hrs Prof. Enkhbayar.P Bioinformatics, Computational Biophysics, Systems biology
6 hrs Prof. Erdenebat.B Economics, Finance, Econometric
4 hrs Prof.Enkhbat.R Optimization,

Economics and Mathematics

4 Academic English: Writing Tasks 6 hrs K.Nurjan MA in TESOL

La Trobe Univ. Australia

Academic English: Writing Tasks 6 hrs Assoc.Prof.

D.Zoljargal

PhD in Education, Korea Univ.,
Academic English: Writing Tasks 6 hrs G.Enkhbayar MA in Education (Colorado Univ., USA
Academic English: Writing Tasks 6 hrs A.Sukhmaa MA in TESOL Flinders Univ., Australia
5 Paper review

(max 10 pages for each participant)

 

27 hrs Sarah Johnston

 

Mike Rotheray

(IET, Australia)

 

(New Zealand)

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