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Satisfaction Level Tied to Nationality


A recent survey of international students in the USA, the UK and Australia reveals that while students are mostly satisfied, students of certain nationalities tend to be less so. European students were the most satisfied, while students from Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia were the least satisfied.

Analysis also suggests that when there are large numbers of international students from one country on a campus, they tend to integrate into the general population less and, as a consequence, become more dissatisfied.

Read the article “Are International Students Satisfied?” in Inside Higher Ed

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