Christina Wright


Associate Lecturer

Language Centre

School of Humanities

English Media and Culture

Contact Details

tel: 01905 855241

Christina lectures in both the School of Humanities and the Language Centre. She has worked at the University of Worcester since 2002 and previously taught English in Spain and Japan. She holds the Trinity College Licentiate Diploma in TESOL (1997) and her research interest for her MA Applied Linguistics/TESOL (2003) was ‘The perception of lexical items across different speech communities’.

Christina has extensive and varied experience in English language teaching and management. She worked in the ELT sectors in Spain, Japan and the UK prior to joining the University in 2001. She is also a member of the English Language Studies team in the School of Humanities.

Professional Bodies

Christina is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


Wright, C. (2015) 'Chinese Students' Expectations of Language Learning in Western Culture', Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching, Issue 10, July 2015

Wright, C. (2013) 'An investigation into Chinese expectations of learning and teaching techniques in Western culture', University of Worcester Learning and Teaching Conference, June 2013