Ms Asegul  Hulus

Ms Asegul Hulus BA, MA, FHEA

Postgraduate Researcher (PhD) and teaching assistant

Key details

Ms Asegul Hulus

Postgraduate Researcher (PhD) and teaching assistant

  • Faculty: Faculty of Education, Health and Human Sciences
  • Asegul has been working in higher education since the age of 19, she starterd during her bachelor degree in English language teaching. Her career started in foundation studies, where she was teaching students academic English. At first, Asegul felt like a 'fish out of water', as her teacher training at the time was theory-based and not practical based. It was then during this experience she started to speculate how to help fellow teacher trainees. Asegul vowed to become a postgraduate researcher to be one drop in the ocean in education, helping teacher trainees to not feel lost as she did when they start to teach in whichever grade level they choose. Which leads to her scholarly interest to be primarily focused on teacher training courses and degrees within higher education. Currently, Asegul is working on the relationship between teacher trainees and the flipped classroom.

    Responsibilities within the university

    • Postgraduate Researcher (PhD) and teaching assistant
    • Vice-President of the Doctoral Society at UoG


    • EU Scholarship Programme for the Turkish Cypriot community for postgraduate studies grant winner in August 2017
    • Eastern Mediterranean University GPA 4.00/4.00 CGPA – 3.80/4.0 –  ELT- Top High-ELT Honour Graduate (1st place)- June 2017
    • Girne American University, CGPA – 3.90/4.00 – ELT- Top High-Honour Graduate (1st place)- June 2019


    • FHEA,
    • British Educational Research Association (BERA),
    • Society for Education and Training (SET),
    • Compass Journal of Learning and Teaching - Author and PGR Peer-Reviewer

    Recent publications

    • Keshavarz, M. H. and Hulus, A. (2019) The Effect of Students' Personality and Learning Styles on Their Motivation for Using Blended Learning, Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 10(6), p. 78, [online]
    • Hulus, A. (2019), The Deficiency of Blended learning in BA Studies, Girne American University Library, Northern Cyprus
    • The Doctoral Parrot Steve: The Guiding Parrot for Writing a Thesis/ Research Proposal- Research Gate DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.29024.84485 (Most viewed  poster of the month on research gate in the field of education)
    • The Doctoral Parrot Steve: Festive Guidance in Academic Writing- Research Gate DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30421.37600
    • Hulus, A. (2020) How to Figure out Your Career Path- Passion to Profit, at Career Talk -Mary Cray -CLC Orpington, Research Gate DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.19536.25609