International graduate coursework students and the urgency of adapting to new learning strategies
International graduate students enrolled in coursework degrees are under enormous pressure from the moment they come on course. They usually have only 1-2 years to complete their courses. There is greater pressure on their language skills in the context of reading and writing. They often have gaps in their knowledge and the higher levels of theoretical, philosophical or methodological content in their readings can be particularly difficult for them. There are also other pressures. Time...[Show more]
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