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International Students: Separate but Profitable


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Washington Monthly published a prominent feature about Chinese students in the United States, examining the student experience and the effect this has on U.S. higher education, with an emphasis on the financial implications and a look at the admissions process.

"Colleges mostly see this as a win-win situation, solving budget woes and adding to the value of the school’s education at the same time. But with the impact of the boom still reverberating, pockets of dissent are emerging. In states like Washington and California, there are growing complaints that the influx of foreign students is crowding local students out of their own state schools. Meanwhile, at least some Chinese students are complaining that American universities exploit them by charging extra fees."

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