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Language needs in higher education

Language needs in higher education

identifying the needs of students on courses in Public Sector Higher Education containing a significant foreign language element

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Published by s.n. in [Great Britain? .
Written in English


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Statementa project sponsored by The Council of Europe, the Department of Education and Science, the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Commercial Education Scheme); [research assistant] P.H. Gardner; [project director] J.D. Winslow.
ContributionsGardner, P. H., Winslow, J. D., Great Britain. Department of Education and Science., Council of Europe., London Chamber of Commerce and Industry., Standing Conference of Heads of Modern Languages in Polytechnics and other Colleges.
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Pagination329p.
Number of Pages329
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Open LibraryOL14096615M


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