This 5-year Action Research project aimed to improve the experience of international, particularly Chinese, undergraduates and to narrow performance gaps with domestic students by (a) embedding academic and language support, and (b) applying a business simulation. We present our key findings and invite discussion on applicability to other mixed cohorts at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
|Publication status||Published - 15 May 2019|
|Event||CABS Learning Teaching and Student Experience conference 2019: Track/theme #6. Outside of the box education - ETC Venues, Manchester, United Kingdom|
Duration: 14 May 2019 → 15 May 2019
Conference number: 2019
|Conference||CABS Learning Teaching and Student Experience conference 2019|
|Abbreviated title||CABS LTSE|
|Period||14/05/19 → 15/05/19|
Bibliographical note© 2019 The Authors
- Action research
- active learning
- Confucian Heritage Culture
- international students
- strategic management
- constructivist pedagogies
Kerridge, C., & Simpson, C. (2019). A multipronged approach to improving the performance of international students on a business strategy module. Paper presented at CABS Learning Teaching and Student Experience conference 2019, Manchester, United Kingdom.