This chapter provides more insight on the English-Medium Instruction (EMI) practices by first surveying 49 college students who were enrolled in an EMI program in a major university in China. It describes the background information of the participants and the school as well as instruments and data collection procedure. The chapter aims to report both quantitative data from student surveys and qualitative data from instructor interviews to provide another perspective. It also reports observations of classroom practices from four EMI courses. The four courses, Industrial Organizations, International Investment Analysis, International Trade Organization and Systems, and International Business Communication and Negotiation, were taught by four different instructors. The chapter examines the classroom practices adopted in the EMI program and discusses their effectiveness in realizing the language goal. It summarizes the major findings and proposes a different language goal for the EMI program taking contextual factors and limitations into consideration.