Moving from undergraduate to Master’s degree programmes can involve a significant leap in academic skills practices. For mature and international students this leap may be greater where there are substantial differences between their prior learning experiences and the teaching and learning style and expectations in their new higher education institution (HEI). This chapter discusses some of the learning needs associated with transferring to a new academic culture and offers pedagogical interventions which will enable students to adapt to the new environment.
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