Higher education institutions are increasingly concerned with the quality of their teaching and learning experiences they provide for students, including the increasing number from overseas. In this text, some of the leading authorities in the field bring together current research and sound practical advice on the provision of quality teaching and learning for overseas students. The text represents a wide range of overseas students' experiences from the Pacific Rim, China and the European Community.

chapter |10 pages


part |2 pages

Part I Principles: perspectives and orientation

chapter 2|16 pages

Overseas students in the United Kingdom university system

A perspective from social work

chapter 3|16 pages

Teaching and learning for overseas students

The Hong Kong connection

chapter 4|14 pages

Studying in Europe

chapter 6|17 pages

Gender matters

Access, welfare, teaching and learning

part |2 pages

Part II Practice: supporting learning

chapter 9|13 pages

Through a glass darkly

Problems of studying at advanced level through the medium of English

chapter 10|17 pages

Counselling for excellence: adjustment development of

Adjustment development of South-East Asian students

chapter 12|14 pages

Evaluating UK courses

The perspective of the overseas student