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Perceptions of American and Nigerian Lecturers at an American Style University in Nigeria

Keywords: American , lecturers , student , Nigeria , faculty

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Understanding students’ perceptions is critical to delivering consistent quality service at an American-style higher education institute. This paper exclusively describes an exploratory study that investigates Nigerian students’ perceptions of American expatriate and Nigerian teaching faculty at an American style education initiative in Nigeria based on clearly defined faculty evaluation results. These perceptions are specific to three areas across all disciplines and schools: course, instructor and student. By evaluating these perceptions, it is anticipated that our analysis will create a starting point for examining how an American style education can be maintained and supported in a Nigerian education system.

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