e-Journal of Business Education and Scholarship Teaching

Articles from Vol. 4, No. 2, July

A Pilot Study into International Students' Academic Culture: The Context of Indian Business Students in an Australian University
Introduction The academic problems faced by international students pursuing higher education are discussed in a number of studies (Johnson 2008; Barron 2006; Asmar 2005; Leder & Forgasz 2004; Meiras 2004; Robertson, Line, Jones & Thomas...
Education into Employment? Indonesian Women and Moving from Business Education into Professional Participation
Introduction A quiet revolution has been taking place in women's accounting education in Indonesia over the past decade. The number of women completing tertiary level accounting studies in both public and private Indonesian Universities has begun...
Enhancing the International Student Experience with Community Engagement: A Conceptual Model
Introduction The landscape of international education is changing. Students are seeking opportunities that are not only advantageous to their academic agenda, but also to their social and professional development within a global context (Marginson,...
Foundations of University Learning and Teaching: A Reflection on the Curriculum Alignment
Introduction The university sector in Australia has in more recent times focused on achieving a balance between research and teaching (Kulski & Groombridge, 2004). Where in the past universities were rewarded in terms of funding by the Federal...
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