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If you are a taught postgraduate, a research student or a visiting researcher and your first language is not English, you need to quickly develop the specific academic language knowledge and communication skills needed to perform as effectively as possible in your studies and research.
This course is running in semester 1 and 2.
This non-credit bearing module is available to all postgraduate students in the Business School. This module focuses on developing the academic writing and reading skills required when undertaking postgraduate level study in a business context. It focuses on skills relevant to a range of texts, particularly on research articles, business research reports, case studies, essays and critical reviews.
It is particularly suitable for postgraduate students of business who have had little or no previous Academic English training or study experience.
There are three parts to the assessment on this module:
This non-credit bearing module is available to all postgraduate students in the Business School. The module develops the academic writing knowledge and skills required when undertaking postgraduate level research in a business context. It is designed to build on the writing skills developed in INSE4001 and provide continued support through the research writing process to those students who would benefit from it.
It is particularly suitable for postgraduate students of business with limited experience in UK Higher Education.
This module offers two opportunities to receive formative feedback on student’s own research writing. The two required submissions are outlined here:
Please use form F99AEL from this link to add or delete our modules from your programme.
In addition to the above, all students at Brookes can access tutorials in study skills, mathematics and statistics and use our collection of online resources. The Centre for Academic Development runs regular workshops that are aimed at developing the writing skills of all students and are especially recommended to those who are interested in improving their use of English.
For more information or help finding Academic English support, contact us below:
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