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Well Meant But Misguided: A Case Study of an English for Academic Purposes Programme Developed to Support International Learners

The growth in the number of international students taking business and management degrees in the UK has led to a series of new challenges both for the students trying to get the most out of their studies and for academic staff teaching and assessing them. Some of these challenges are felt most acutely by Chinese students and those trying to teach them.

This paper reflects on an attempt to provide English for Academic Purposes support to a group of international students studying for a Degree in Management at the University of York.

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