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    Why does international students tend to group themselves away from American students? What are some possible aspects that cause difficulties for international students to make American friends? In Karin Fischer’s article, she used the online questionnaire that professor Elisabeth Gareis conducted on international students in America to answer those questions proposed above. This survey’s result claims that cultural and regional differences affect international students to have difficulties when trying

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    from international students is that they bring cultural values to university life as well as local communities. American students achieve benefits from studying and interacting with foreign students. Monroe France, assistant vice president of Student Diversity of New York University, points out that his students can “engage with people who are different from themselves” and “it creates a much more interesting campus community." (qtd. in Haynie). The domestic students who have more international interaction

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    International Students United State is becoming the destination of choice for international students. Every university, college and institution of higher studies has a lot of international students from all around the world. It is widely acknowledged that United State receives millions of students every year from all over the world. In 2013 to 2014, according to the date released recently by the institute of international education in cooperation with the State Department, international student

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    in the number of international students who have chosen to study away from their home nation (Witherell & Clayton, 2014). However, other nations such as the United Kingdom and Australia are gaining on the United States and have higher retention rates (Burkholder & Holland, 2014). Moreover, these nations have clearly defined national policies to improve the recruitment and retention of international students, which the United States lacks (Andrade, 2006). International students provide an abundant

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    The impact of international students in USA In modern times U.S. colleges and universities have more international students than ever before. The number of international students in the classrooms has increased dramatically the past couple of years. When I started classes here in US, I feel as if we, the foreign students were just more students. I saw it as people coming from different places but not different thoughts. After I started classes I realized that international students think in another

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    MSU recruitment date shows international students are 7% of the population and 20% of a class on the graduate level and undergraduate students are 5% of the population. To attract and retain international papulation n campus university is using different tactic and strategies. Website A website is an important tool to attract international students because 80% population depends on it to know about a university. A well-developed website intrigued interest of the viewer, a user-friendly website increase

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    campuses there is a group of students that commonly get over looked; the international students. International students make up a good majority of a lot of college campuses. Statistics have shown that 1,000,000 international students are enrolled at universities in the United States of America (Migration Policy Institute). I chose to observe a group of international students at universities, because this is a topic that is of interest to me. Since international students are so common at universities

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    Higher education in the UK has probably become one of the most popular choices for international students. The study devoted into the experiences of the international students report that the phenomenon of culture shock as a part of challenges could be troubling them (UKCISA, 2008). Whereas, the students who come from developing countries responded that the higher education in the UK would extend work field as well as the effect of social cognition (Mazzarol and Soutar, 2002). Hence, it will be

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    compiled by the Institute of International Education, 582,984 students from all over the world were enrolled in American colleges and universities in a wide range of fields” (Carter, Paragraph 2, 2008). The United States has the highest number of students who are coming to study abroad than any other countries. Each year, the number of international students coming to the United States to obtain degrees is increasing by thousands, and home countries of these students are primarily India, China and

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    International Students Background According to the Migration Policy Institute, since the end of WWII the United States (U.S.) has been the destination of choice for international students. In past few decades campus diversity has increased dramatically. International students have become a considerable population in United States (U.S.) HEI. According to the Open Dorr Data collected in 2014~2015 academic year, there were 974,926 registered international students studying in U.S. (there are many non-documented

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