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Author: Alexandra (Teaching Assistant)

  ‘Enhancing International Postgraduate Student Experience at History, Classics & Archaeology’ by Wendy Ugolini and Alexandra Huang Final Report Recommendations April 2022   Welcome Week With additional staff capacity in place, the Graduate School could consider a longer transition period for Welcome Week up until Week 4 with sessions addressing the library, registering with a […]

  If you are an overseas postgraduate student matriculated at a taught or research programme at HCA, we would be very happy to hear from you!    Our project “Enhancing International Student Experience” aims to understand how to provide better support to the international student community. We are keen to invite international postgraduate students at […]

The Graduate School at HCA is working with English Language Education (ELE) to help support PGT students develop their academic writing skills. At key points over the academic year, ELE provides tailored support for HCA students which includes seminars on communicating critical thinking, self-study material for writing academic assignments, academic writing feedback and a dissertation writing […]

Dr Wendy Ugolini and research assistant Alexandra Huang launched the PTAS-funded Project, ‘Enhancing International Student Experience‘ in September 2021 at the Graduate School of History, Classics and Archaeology. Focus-group interviews will be conducted to glean insight into the experience of PGT and PGR Overseas students from a culturally diverse background. This five-month project aims to […]


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