Nicola Fraschini
  • The University of Western Australia (M257), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Personal profile


I hold a PhD in Korean as a Foreign Language and Culture Education (Korea University). Before joining UWA in 2015, I worked at Sogang University Korean Language Education Center. I am current Korean Studies major coordinator and Discipline Lead of Asian Studies. My research interests are student and teacher individual differences in foreign language learning, and Q methodology.

Roles and responsibilities

I have expertise in:

Foreign language learning and teaching

Q methodology

Korean linguistics and Korean culture


Previous positions

Full time lecturer, Sogang University Korean Language Education Center.
Part time lecturer, Kwangoon University, Korean Language and Literature Department.

Current projects

Motivation and emotion in foreign language learning and teaching.

Teaching overview

Unit coordinator of:

KORE1401 (Korean 1)
KORE1402 (Korean 2)
KORE1405 (Korean for heritage learners 1)
KORE1406 (Korean for heritage learners 2)
KORE3405 (Korean 5)
KORE3406 (Korean 6)


My research deals with the pedagogy of Korean language and culture. My current projects explore teachers and learners emotions in the Korean language teaching environment.





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