Ms Anna Morozov
Anna Morozov is a PhD candidate at the University of Adelaide. Her research focuses on the experiences of the ex-USSR academic migrants in South Australian tertiary institutions. She explores settlement and work issues of the ex-USSR academic and research staff working in the South Australian universities and wonders if migration experiences of the academics could have influenced their sense of academic identity. Challenges, benefits and consequences of the academic mobility of the study participants are under examination to provide recommendations on international academics’ recruitment and retention at the Australian tertiary education institutions.
Anna Morozov is the graduate of St. Petersburg State University, Russia, where she completed her Bachelor in Education and Graduate Diploma in Psychology. Before Anna moved to Australia, she was working at the English as Second Language department of the St. Petersburg State University for a number of years. In Australia Anna has completed a Master Degree in Knowledge and Information Management and a Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law. She was working for a state government department until in 2008, when she set up a migration agency to provide immigration and education assistance to people wishing to move to Australia for work, study or living.
|Saint Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg||Russia||Bachelor of Arts in Education (English Language and Literature)|
|University of South Australia||Australia||Master of Knowledge Management|
|Graduate Diploma in Educational Psychology||Saint Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg||Russia|
|Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice||Australian National University, Canberra||Australia|