A book review of Davies, M. (2022), Study skills for international postgraduates, London: Bloomsbury Academics.
Keywords:international students, academic skills, internationalisation of the curriculum, intercultural learning
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Colaiacomo, S. (2022) “ London: Bloomsbury Academics”., Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, (24). doi: 10.47408/jldhe.vi24.901.
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