COUNSELING SERVICES Name Date Institution AbstractThe paper is a proposal on how to carry out a research on the how the lived experiences and perceptions that the Young International Students have on counseling services affect its outcome in the UK. It indicates the methodology that will be used in the research how data will be collected and how it will be analyzed to help come up with a conclusion that will show how the perceptions and the lived outcomes affect the data collected. The proposal also indicates the target population that will be studied so as to collect data. It also identifies a gap of research that has been left behind by other scientists and have explained the importance of researching on this particular field. DeclarationI _________________________(name) do hereby declare that this work is my personal edition original and has not been submitted previously for any academic purpose. All The researcher is to respect the work of other researchers. The researcher is to ensure that the funds provided for research are used for the intended research only. ReferencesBovill C. Jordan L. & Watters N. (2015). Transnational approaches to teaching and learning in higher education: challenges and possible guiding principles. Teaching in Higher Education. Crawford I. & Wang Z. (2016). The impact of placements on the academic performance of UK and international students in higher education. Studies in Higher Education. Gelso C. J. Nutt Williams E. & Fretz B. R. (2014). Counseling psychology. American Psychological Association. Marshall C. & Rossman G. B. (2014). Designing qualitative research. Sage publications. Wang K. T. (2015). Research design in counseling. Nelson Education. AppendicesTimescale No. of days Date (2018) Activity 5 days 01/03 – 08/03 Training of assistant staff 10 days 10/03 – 20/03 Data Collection 10 days 21/03 – 01/04 Data analysis 5days 05/04 – 10/04 Drawing conclusion [...]
This is a psychology qualitative research proposal and should follow APA style of referencing. Instructions are attached.