A new national study, the first of its kind, identifies the reasons international undergraduate students in the U.S. may leave their institutions of first enrollment before completing their degree. The research, released by NAFSA: Association of International Educators and led by World Education Services—a non-profit with 40 years’ experience in international education research, reveals a wide gap in perception of retention factors between international students and international education professionals.
Here is a list of articles highlighting the main findings of the research:
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