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ademic Writing The information on this page has been developed as part of the Teaching International Students project. International students often bring unique perspectives and valuable insights to their writing. They can, if encouraged to do so, draw upon their varied backgrounds and experiences; most will use writing in diverse contexts after graduation. By writing in English as a second or third language, they demonstrate the capacity of English as an international language and are likely to value their own capacity to use it on graduation. Such benefits are usually acquired through considerable individual effort by students, and teaching, support and guidance by others. This section notes some of the issues which international students can find particularly challenging in academic writing and suggests ways that teachers can assist international students to become successful writers. You will find additional resources relevant to teaching academic writing in other entries in this resource. Top Tip