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October 03, 2003

A Call for TOEIC Research Project 2003

The Institute for International Business Communication (IIBC) is inviting research proposals from organizations and individuals that would make use of the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC), TOEIC Bridge and its related services. They are seeking research proposals for a variety of subjects, including score interpretation, natural language usage, curriculum development, innovative response formats, and the definition of language constructs. In an effort to continue providing quality research, IIBC has formed a research committee to establish and direct a program in support of TOEIC research.

TOEIC is an English language proficiency test for non-native speakers of English. Many schools and organizations around the world use TOEIC to evaluate the English ability of their students and employees. TOEIC Bridge is a newly developed test to measure the emerging English language competencies of beginning and intermediate learners, and to help them focus on areas of improvement. In Japan, the TOEIC and TOEIC Bridge are the responsibility of IIBC.

Proposals must be submitted by October 31, 2003. For additional information regarding the research agenda or procedures for submitting funding proposals for related research, see the TOEIC site.

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