Technologists and professionals need to have good technical writing skills in communicating their reports, articles, presentations, documentations or any technical work. A good technical report writing is when the author achieves to describe complex technical concepts and ideas accurately, consistently and in clear language so as both experts and non-expert readers can understand and benefit. The current work highlights the factors that determine the degree of technicality of the language expression and concepts involved in technical article writing by non-native Undergraduate Management and MIs students at the University of Nicosia. It presents vocabulary, structure, textual organization, and content challenges students can encounter while reporting the results of their technical articles. It also provides recommendations to assist students advance their technical writing skills.