Report on Learning Styles, Backgrounds and Quality Perceptions of the STudents in ASB's Three English-Language M.Sc. Programs

Maria Anne Wagtmann

Publikation: Working paperForskning

Abstrakt

Students from over 35 coun­tries have been admitted to the international M.Sc. programs of the Aarhus School of Business, and only a minority of the admitted students is Danish. Therefore, in the Winter of 2003, the study coor­din­a­tors of these three programs (Professor Carsten Tanggaard for FIB, Professor Karsten Eng­sig Sørensen for EU, Pro­fessor Hans Jørn Juhl for BPM) met with Assistant Professor Maria Anne Skaates and Mr. Steen Weisner of the ASB Inter­na­tional Office to discuss the opportunities and problems that ser­ving such an international body of students presents as well as, probably more importantly, to discuss ASB instructors' know­ledge gaps con­cer­ning the educational background of many of these students.

At the meeting, it was agreed that Maria Anne Skaates would develop a re­search question­naire to study of this student body and their perceptions of their education. The metho­dology of the study has been presented in a previous ASB working paper by Maria Anne Skaates. Its title and publication information are as follows:

"The Theoretical, Methodological, and Practical Background for Looking at International Students' Learning Styles, Backgrounds, and Quality Perceptions with Regard to ASB's Three English-Language M.Sc. Program", Aarhus School of Business, Working Paper 04-1 of the Department of Inter­national Business, IBBN 1396-8149.

On the basis of the theoretical foundation laid in the first working paper, this paper will present the empirical results of the study.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedAarhus, Denmark
UdgiverAarhus School of Business, Department of International Business
Sider1-88
Antal sider88
ISBN (Trykt)ISSN: 1396-8149
StatusUdgivet - 2004
Udgivet eksterntJa

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