The objective of this study was to investigate university students’ self-concept in English with regard to gender and English language level. To meet the study objective, Self-Concept of Ability Scale was administered to151 students in a state university. The scale consisted of 8, 5-point Likert- type items to measure students' self-concept in English. Students were asked some demografic questions about their age, gender and English language level. Descriptive research was carried out in the study. The results of the analyses revealed that there were significant differences in English self-concept mean scores between beginner (A1) and pre-intermediate (A2) level groups. Students at beginner level had statistically higher self-concept mean scores in English than students at pre-intermediate level.No significant difference was found between girls and boys in terms of their academic self-concept mean scores.
Academic Self-concept, English Language Level, Gender