We continue collating quite a range of online resources for our
students on the ELS website, and as many of these are especially
directed to post-graduate international students, some of these are
separated into PG and UG sections. So you may find the former
helpful, which include PG student videos, examples of management
assignments annotated with tutor commentaries as well as general
guidance materials on adapting to UK Masters level expectations.
These can be found at:
http://www.bradford.ac.uk/management/els/resources/ and these are
all freely available for your students as well as tutors.
Hope that's helpful.
Quoting Liz Norton <[log in to unmask]>:
> Dear Colleague
> Re: induction materials for students beginning Master degree level
> studies, if anyone in the network is able to signpost any existing
> resources that would be much appreciated,
> With kind regards,
> Dr. Liz Norton
> Senior Lecturer
> Health and Wellbeing Community
> School of Health and Social Care (SHSC)
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