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Smaller U.S. Colleges Try to Crack Chinese Market


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An article in the New York Times notes that "China is a hot market for U.S. institutions looking for international students. Among newer entrants are small-town Christian and community colleges that focus on students who may not make it to top universities. Admissions officers from some smaller colleges say they are interested in China partly because they want more globalized campuses, but also because they can find students to pay full tuition."


 

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