Asian International Students’ mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic
About the study
The research aims to understand international students’ mental health in UK universities
during the Covid-19 pandemic.
What will it involve?
Participants will be asked to fill up a short questionnaire, followed by a one-hour online interview. The interview can be conducted in their first language (i.e. Mandarin or Cantonese) or English, depends on the participants' preference.
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