Exploring first year international undergraduates' experiences in four disciplines: influences of university and international partner college pedagogy and support practices

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Building on a previous study into first year international students' experiences (Jones et al.,2015) and Briggs et al. (2012, p17) we conducted new research. This aimed to: identify ways in which: 1. first year international undergraduates' experiences are influenced by university and international partner-college pedagogy and support practices; and 2. experiences vary among first year international undergraduates who have, and have not, attended an IFY in different UK universities and disciplinary contexts. This research contributes to knowledge in international student transition research, helping to identify effective practices and ways to address challenges when working with first year international students.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUKCISA
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2016

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