International Student Experience in Australia

  • Jennifer Bernard University of Louisiana at Monore, United States
  • Krishna Bista University of Louisiana at Monore, United States

Abstract

This book introduces a theoretical framework and research tools for evaluating the experiences of international students from the Indian subcontinent as they adapt to one university in Australia. Gunawardena and Wilson focus on the importance of understanding and molding student services to each individual cultural group and meeting specific needs based on communication, learning style, personal preferences, and grade level. For example, some English language learners have been put in classes below their grade level because of their lack of competency in English (written and spoken).

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Published
2015-01-01
How to Cite
Bernard, J., & Bista, K. (2015). International Student Experience in Australia. Journal of International Students, 5(1), 100. Retrieved from https://www.ojed.org/index.php/jis/article/view/447
Section
Book Reviews