The Mini-Report : Structured Interview P1

The Mini-Report : Structured Interview

    Part 1 of 6

Basic Historical Context

The interview was conducted in order to provide the interviewee a chance to express his ideas and feel free and comfortable and to deeply share their opinions over the research topic. The purpose of this interview is to find out the students’ perceptions over his motivation on pursuing master degree and experiences over the challenges he experienced and the strategies he use to solve those problems. This interview will be done with masters students. The goals of this study is to understand the perceptions and experiences of  postgraduate students about their motivational factors to pursue master degree, the challenges or the difficulties they encounter during study, and the strategies they use to overcome those challenges.

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