Further Reading

For those wishing to explore this topic in greater detail to support international students with their studies, there are a range of reading resources available online and in the University Library, these are listed below.

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  • Using English for Academic Purposes – www.euefap.net (sections on writing, reading, listening and speaking, as well as grammar and vocabulary. Regularly updated. Contains useful phrases and exercises with answers – good for self-study
  • Bailey, Stephen (2017). Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students (5th ed.). London: Routledge – good for self-study, older editions equally useful > copies in the Library
  • Bailey, Stephen (2015). Academic Writing for International Students of Business (2nd ed.). London: Routledge. > copies in the Library + e-book
  • Bottomley, Jane (2015). Academic Writing for International Students of Science. Abington, Oxon, and New York: Routledge. > copies in the Library + e-book
  • Courtney, Michael and Du, Xiangping (2015). Study Skills for Chinese Students. London: Sage. > copies in the Library + e-book
  • Sage Study Skills content: SAGE study skills books – helping students study smarter (sagepub.com)
  • Sage Study Skills / Student Success series of reference books – great for self-study. Teaching staff can get inspection copies.