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No country for teenagers

The other day I was chatting on WhatsApp with one of my younger cousins. She wanted my help checking some of her English homework. “Which year are you in?”, I asked her. 676 more words


interEDGE Supports Graduating Class with OPT Success

Wasserman Career Center of New York University serves the whole campus with multiple offices under different departments and schools. It offers a broad range of resources, support and engagement opportunities to over 13,000 international students on campus. 168 more words


Campus Collaboration to Better Serve International Students

Like many other institutions, Vanderbilt University has experienced a steady international enrollment growth in recent years, mostly driven by students from Asia. In the fall of 2014, its total international enrollment reached over 1,500 with two-thirds from Asia and nearly the half pursuing their graduate studies. 193 more words

interEDGE Conducted Impression Management Workshop at Teachers College, Columbia University

Future China Initiative (FCI)*, the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) st Teachers College, Columbia University, invited interEDGE to conduct a workshop on networking in the American culture to international students from China. 213 more words

The Story behind International Enrollment Growth Numbers in the U.S.

Excerpt from the full article published in Forbes, co-authored by Rahul Choudaha and Di Hu)

Higher institutions in the U.S. command strong aspiration among international graduate students. 208 more words

The real reason so many Chinese students study accounting

When you go into the Abercrombie Business School building in the University of Sydney, there are almost full of Asian faces, especially Chinese students. Chinese students account for more than one third of international students in universities of Australia, more than half of these study business-related subjects, Dr. 469 more words


Are Chinese students paying too much studying in Australia?

According to a recent HSBC report, the cost of study in Australia is higher than in any other country such as the US and UK. 485 more words