Hello and welcome to my site!

I am an early-career academic, currently working towards the completion of my PhD in Education at The University of Manchester. My research draws on complexity theory in order to explain how English Language Teaching is implemented at the so-called periphery of the English speaking world. In the past, I have work as an adjunct lecturer at the Epirus Institute of Technology, where I was responsible for the delivery of courses in Business English and Language Teacher Education. 

In this site I have put together some information about myself and my academic work, which you may find of interest. If you cannot find what you need in this site, do have a look at my profiles with the following services as well:

You can find abstracts for most of my publications here, as well as some presentations, full papers and teaching documents.  

This is an unashamadely self-promotional profile focussing on my teaching experience.  

Achilleas Kostoulas  
This profile focuses on research and publications.

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This is where I store my powerpoint presentations.

The Language Teacher Education doctoral community, shared by former, current and prospective researchers at The University of Manchester.

My personal blog and facebook profile can be accessed (on request or by invitation) from this page as well:

If there's anything else you'd like to know, or if you'd just want to get in touch,
you can contact me at either of the following addresses: 
achilleas.kostoulas [at] postgrad.manchester [dot] ac.uk 
achilleas [at] kostoulas [dot] com