Helping Foreign Students Thrive On U.S. Campuses
from The New York Times
In recent years, the discussion on international students in the United States has largely been about how to best recruit talented students from overseas. That may be changing. Now that foreign students are on American campuses in large numbers, the conversation is shifting from recruitment strategies to questions about serving their needs. National data on international-student retention and satisfaction is scarce. But two studies presented at last month's annual meeting of the Association of International Education Administrators may shed some light on those issues.
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