EMI Students’ “International Coexistence” at One Italian University

Francesca Giuseppina Costa, Cristina Mariotti

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Abstract

The present study will highlight attitudes towards the use of English in EMI courses (Doiz et al. 2011). Although the EMI context should be capable, in theory, of uniting national and international students, at the same time it risks being more exclusive than inclusive (Jenkins and Mauranen 2019). In the Italian context, English is also an additional language for Italian students, who in this case have the same educational needs as non-native international students.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnglish-medium Instruction and the Internationalization of Universities
EditorsH. e Murphy, A. Bowles
Pages229-258
Number of pages30
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • EMI, Internationalization

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