Students’ Attitudes towards the English Proficiency Enhancement Programme

Engku Suhaimi Engku Atek, Zailani Jusoh, Alia Nabila Alias, Wahidah Abdul Wahid, Izah Mohd Tahir

Abstract


This article examines students’ attitudes towards the English Proficiency Enhancement Programme (EPEP) carried out in one of the public universities in Malaysia. It draws on a study of 167 participants of the inaugural programme in 2010. A questionnaire was administered to evaluate their attitudes towards four categories of the programme: facilitators, schedule, activities and benefits. Analysis of data was done quantitatively. A main finding is that the EPEP impacted positively on the participants. Other findings show no significant differences in attitudes between gender but attitudes between diploma and undergraduate participants were significantly different. Resultant suggestions include continuing with this programme but with some modifications.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ije.v4i3.1475

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