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Teaching students from overseas : a brief guide for lecturers and supervisors / Brigid Ballard and John Clanchy
Bib ID 2910889
Format BookBook
Author
Ballard, Brigid
 
Description Melbourne : Longman Cheshire, 1991 
x, 100 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0582868327 (paperback)
Notes

"International Development Program of Australian Universities and Colleges."

Bibliography: p. [99]-100.

Subjects Education, Higher -- Australia.  |  Students, Foreign -- Australia.  |  Asian students -- Australia.  |  Students, Foreign -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Australia.  |  Asian students -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Clanchy, John  |  International Development Program of Australian Universities and Colleges

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