International English was established in 2011. Based in Melbourne, Australia, IEAP has assisted countless students reach their goals: academic & professional writing development, IELTS and general English

MISSION STATEMENT

“International EAP Consultants [I-EAP] aim is to deliver quality, expert services to our clients in the fields of IELTS training, English for Academic Purposes, Academic Editing and Proofreading as well as Business English. Drawing on our instructors’ extensive research backgrounds and practical experience in teaching IELTS, EAP/ESP in a variety of contexts, we guarantee to make a positive difference to your, your institution’s or business's productivity in this important field, especially in an ever ed such an important role. In terms of our approach to IELTS training, curriculum enhancement increasingly globalized higher education and commercial field, wherein English has assum or business English development, our fundamental principle is CONSULTATION FIRST, CONSULTATION DURING & CONSULTATION ON COMPLETION. If we aren’t working WITH YOU, then we will not be working in your best interests. That is how we understand our collaboration.”

PRINCIPAL STAFF

DR MATTHEW PISCIONERI

Matthew has taught IELTS & EAP/ESP for almost twenty years in a wide variety of contexts. Most recently, he coordinated and taught in Academic and Professional Writing programs at Monash University, Australia. He has researched and published widely in the area and has established a strong profile in the Asia-Pacific Region as an innovative educator. A full profile and list of publications, seminars, conference coordination and presentations can be found below.

DR MILA ARDEN

Dr Mila Arden obtained her Ph.D in Education from Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Mila also has extensive experience in teaching English to speakers of other languages and has researched and published in the field of internationalisation of higher education.
 
OUR STAFF DRAW ON EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE TEACHING AND EXAMINING IELTS & TEACHING ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES AT THE TERTIARY LEVEL, AS WELL AS STRONG RESEARCH BACKGROUNDS IN THESE FIELDS:
EAP CURRICULUM DESIGN & INNOVATION
EAP CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION
EAP CURRICULUM EVALUATION
EAP RESEARCH & POLICY ADVICE
GRAMMAR ENHANCEMENT IN THE WORKPLACE
EDITING & THESIS MENTORING
IELTS TRAINING
SOME PAST IEAP EVENTS
2017- PRESENT: Consulting Australian Institute of Science & Technology, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Cambodia Online Learning Project [www.aist-edu.com]
February 2015-6: Khairun University, North Maluku, Indonesi "Advanced Style in Academic Writing" workshops
15-25 December 2014: Hanoi & HMC, VIETNAM:"Innovating EAP Workshops" at Hanoi National University of Education
3-4 December 2014: Betts Asia Leadership Summit, Singapore: "MOOCs and the Faculty of the Future"
July, 2014, “Research Proposals: AAF Indonesia”, Monash University
July, 2014, “Research proposals: AAF Myanmar”, Monash University
July, 2014, “English for Academic Purposes”. Andalas University, Indonesia
July, 2014, “The Research Journey”, University of Riau, Pekanbaru, Indonesia
July, 2014, “Student Voices Symposium”, Monash University
March, 2014, “The Problems with problem-based learning [PBL]“, Bond University, QLD;
March, 2014, “Student Centred Learning: Malaysian & Australian Perspectives”, Monash University.
December, 2013, “Student Mobility + Employability: a match made in heaven”. Hanoi National University of Education;
December, 2013, “The Problems with problem-based learning [PBL]“, University Utara Malaysia, Kedah, Malaysia;
December, 2013, “Student Mobility + Employability: a match made in heaven”, Monash Malaysia, Sunway campus, KL
SELECT/RECENT PUBLICATIONS
Arden, M., & Piscioneri, M. (2018). The New Colombo Plan: Transforming Australian Higher Education's Outward Mobility Programs?. In International Student Mobility and Opportunities for Growth in the Global Marketplace (pp. 81-99). IGI Global.
Piscioneri, M., Amelia, C., & Fauzanna, W. It’s [not] just the English: Issues in the pre-departure academic orientation of international Masters. http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/indonesian-studies-journal/files/2017/06/Needs-Analyis_finalPUBLISH.pdf
Patel, F, Li, M and Piscioneri, M. 2014, "Cross-Institutional and Interdisciplinary Dialogue on Curriculum for Global Engagement: Emerging Perspectives and Concerns", Journal of International and Global Studies Volume 5, Number 2: April 2014 pp.40-52.
Piscioneri, M. 2014 "MOOCs and the Faculty of the Future in Online Learning: An Educational Development Perspective NOVA SCIENCE. Inc.
Piscioneri, M., & Hlavac, J. (2013). The minimalist reading model: Rethinking reading lists in arts and education subjects. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 12(4), 424-445.
Piscioneri, M., 2012, Is all the glitters gold? re-thinking e-learning and education revolutions, in Techonologies for Enhancing Pedagogy, Engagement and Empowerment in Education: Creating Learning-Friendly Environments, eds Thao Le and Quynh Le, Information Science Reference, United States, pp. 287-299.
Co-Editor: Effectively Implementing ICTs in Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region. NOVA Science : New York.
“International and Local Students’ Use of Hard-copy and Electronic Learning Resources – Evidence from Arts and Education Students in Australia” in Effectively Implementing ICTs in Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region. NOVA Science : New York, pp. 101-118.
Piscioneri, M., 2011, Walking the tightrope: an inquiry into English for academic purposes, in Voices, Identities, Negotiations and Conflicts: Writing Academic English Across Cultures, eds Phan Le Ha and Bradley Baurain, Emerald Group Publishing, UK, pp. 195-212.
Hlavac, J., Peterson, J., Piscioneri, M., 2011, Time allocations for study: evidence from Arts students in Australia, Education and Training [P], vol 53, issue 1, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., United Kingdom, pp. 27-44.
SUMMARY
Dr Matthew Piscioneri lectured until recently in the Faculty of Arts and the School of Media, Film & Journalism at Monash University, Australia. He obtained his doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Queensland, Australia where his dissertation developed a critical reading of Jurgen Habermas’s Theory of Communicative Action. His research examines the internationalization of universities, ethical issues in student care, the delivery of teaching and learning resources at university and tertiary reading requirements. Recently, he has been part of a major research project evaluating student preferences for modes of teaching and learning resource delivery as well as conducting research into the pre-commencement academic orientation needs of international postgraduate students from non-English speaking backgrounds. Most recently, he coordinated a visit to Australia by a team of higher education researchers from Malaysia interested in student-centred learning in large classes.
Dr. Piscioneri now divides his time between IEAP and working with the Australian Institute for Science & Technology in Cambodia:
mpiscioneri@aist-edu.com
Australian ABN: 77 069 195 047