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The students' perceived adaptation model under unique university environmental conditions: the qualitative study

Student: Dar`ya Shapovalova

Supervisor: Yulia A. Tyumeneva

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Master

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2014

<p>This study investigates the student adaptation process in the university concerning to theirs perception of this process. In contrast to other studies our investigation concerns the university environment as unique circumstances, which generates the necessary professional skills like self-regulation and planning. This is a pilot study, which were conducted in the grounded theory borders. 15 students from different Moscow universities took part in this study. Creation of conceptual scheme of perceived student adaptation became the main result of the work. This scheme reflects the students&rsquo; perception of theirs adaptive process and contains the most significant for students as the direct participants constructs.</p>

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