The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC) is an important hub for all doctoral and research student sat Cambridge Corporate University. The (YWC) supports postgraduate students throughout their entire program via a set of structured tools, courses, and techniques. The Yvon Pfeifer WritingCentre (YWC) acts as the hub for distinguished scholars and publication reviewers who review all the papers, thesis, articles, and dissertation before released for publication. The center ensures that all publications meet the highest academic standards required for Peer Reviewed Journal across the entire academic spectrum.


All students are admitted to the Academic & Technical writing (ATW) course as part of the DoctoralPreparatory Module at CCU via the Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC). The center(YWC)introduces, trains, and educates students on the best academic and technical skills required to write the doctoral dissertation and publish business and scholarly high-standard articles and publications. The Academic & Technical writing (ATW) course is intensive, informative, and very well structured.


Participants will also gain a deep understanding of the knowledge and skills required to structure and execute their doctoral research plan. The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC) educates students about the research methodology basics necessary to complete research work as agraduate degree at the Cambridge Corporate University. It also provides a solid understanding ofthe research methodology used in market studies and decision-making processes. Participants will have the opportunity to publish selected articles and papers via the Yvon Pfeifer Writing(YWC)and the INNOVA Journal at CCU.

The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC) is an important hub for all doctoral and research student sat Cambridge Corporate University. The (YWC) supports postgraduate students throughout their entire program via a set of structured tools, courses, and techniques. The Yvon Pfeifer WritingCentre (YWC) acts as the hub for distinguished scholars and publication reviewers who review all the papers, thesis, articles, and dissertation before released for publication. The center ensures that all publications meet the highest academic standards required for Peer Reviewed Journal across the entire academic spectrum.


All students are admitted to the Academic & Technical writing (ATW) course as part of the DoctoralPreparatory Module at CCU via the Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC). The center(YWC)introduces, trains, and educates students on the best academic and technical skills required to write the doctoral dissertation and publish business and scholarly high-standard articles and publications. The Academic & Technical writing (ATW) course is intensive, informative, and very well structured.


Participants will also gain a deep understanding of the knowledge and skills required to structure and execute their doctoral research plan. The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC) educates students about the research methodology basics necessary to complete research work as agraduate degree at the Cambridge Corporate University. It also provides a solid understanding ofthe research methodology used in market studies and decision-making processes. Participants will have the opportunity to publish selected articles and papers via the Yvon Pfeifer Writing(YWC)and the INNOVA Journal at CCU.

Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC)

Courses and Modules

Research and Academic Writing (RAW) Module (6 weeks) (15 credits)

Academic & Technical Writing (ATW) Course (6 week) (15 credits)

The module is offered independently and some topics are covered as part of the foundation module in the undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

Course description:

The course provides students with the skills needed for research and academic writing from start to finish. It will also enrich their knowledge in the common types of academic writing, different main parts, drafting manuscripts, proper citation, and the use of free recognized citation software.It also provides them with the needed ability to rebuttal reviewers’ feedback on submitted manuscripts to peer-reviewed journals.

Courses and Modules

Research and Academic Writing (RAW) Module (6 weeks) (15 credits)

Academic & Technical Writing (ATW) Course (6 week) (15 credits)

The module is offered independently and some topics are covered as part of the foundation module in the undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

Course description:

The course provides students with the skills needed for research and academic writing from start to finish. It will also enrich their knowledge in the common types of academic writing, different main parts, drafting manuscripts, proper citation, and the use of free recognized citation software.It also provides them with the needed ability to rebuttal reviewers’ feedback on submitted manuscripts to peer-reviewed journals.

Specific goals and learning objectives :

  • Describe what the main types of academic writing are and the main characteristics that distinguish this writing type from other written pieces.
  • Identify the proper sources and what type of references can be used in academic and research writing.
  • Describes the steps needed to prepare academic and research writing from start to finish.
  • Discuss the different available software for plagiarism check and referencing, which are essential tools throughout the academic writing process.

Specific goals and learning objectives :

  • Describe what the main types of academic writing are and the main characteristics that distinguish this writing type from other written pieces.
  • Identify the proper sources and what type of references can be used in academic and research writing.
  • Describes the steps needed to prepare academic and research writing from start to finish.
  • Discuss the different available software for plagiarism check and referencing, which are essential tools throughout the academic writing process.

Provide details on how to conduct a literature review, including paraphrasing of available sources and presenting previous publication outputs properly.


Provide guidelines on the proper choice of journals and how to communicate with editors and peer reviewers efficiently


For more information about the currently offered courses, or to register for the next intake, please write to the Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre via

ywc@cambridgecu.ch

Provide details on how to conduct a literature review, including paraphrasing of available sources and presenting previous publication outputs properly.


Provide guidelines on the proper choice of journals and how to communicate with editors and peer reviewers efficiently


For more information about the currently offered courses, or to register for the next intake, please write to the Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre via

ywc@cambridgecu.ch

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