Study skills international students need to succeed at UK universities

Oxford Academy of English
Study skills international students need to succeed at UK universities
Loading
/

Welcome to the Academic Reading and Writing Made Easy Podcast 🙂

FREE Facebook Group for additional support. Here you can ask questions about grammar rules addressed in the episode, and other questions about academic reading and writing.

The guest of my first interview is Dr Oxana Garanina – a senior lecturer in Business Management at the University of Buckingham. At the moment, she is working towards her second doctoral degree in Business and Management at Oxford Brookes University, UK. Oxana has been teaching at undergraduate, postgraduate and post-experience levels. In today’s episode, we are talking about the study skills international students need to succeed at UK universities.

In this episode, we discuss study skills required by international students to succeed at UK universities, both soft and hard skills such as communication, teamwork, research, reading and writing skills.

Rate and Follow!

If you haven’t already, subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts and on Spotify. If you’re not subscribed, there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on new episodes. Subscribe now and don’t forget to rate! By doing that we can reach and help more students all over the world.

Other trending ‘Academic Reading and Writing Made Easy’ episodes that you don’t want to miss 🙂

Remember that each episode comes with a FREE guide to help you take action and make most out of your listening time.

The main differences between descriptive and critical writing — click here

What are the DELTA qualifications and how can you become a teacher of English in the UK — click here

5 steps to paraphrasing in English — click here

Giving professional presentations in English — click here

IELTS Strategies for IELTS Band 7.0 (at least 7.0) — click here

Same or different? What I’ve realised about the the UK higher education system. — click here

Am I going to get a pass, merit or distinction? Processes behind marking at UK universities — click here

How the skills you gain from education are valuable for employment — click here

Why academic writing is a process and what does it mean? — click here