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Problems Chinese international students face during academic adaptation in English-speaking higher institutions

@inproceedings{Yang2017ProblemsCI,
  title={Problems Chinese international students face during academic adaptation in English-speaking higher institutions},
  author={Chunling Yang},
  year={2017}
}
The current research presents a review of literature that addresses issues Chinese international students face while adapting to English academic communities. The main problems, including language difficulties and challenges with pedagogy, suggest many Chinese students are not wellprepared in terms of English language proficiency and knowledge of host academic cultures before they begin programs. The findings of this review shed light on understanding these difficulties and have practical… Expand
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