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Topic: International student

  International student - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
International students are students, usually in early adulthood, who study in foreign schools.
Numerous international students from China were sent to the United States during the late 19th century and 20th century by the government in an attempt to understand the culture and technology of the West so that it would be incorporated into Chinese culture.
International students from Taiwan have preferred the United States as a destination since the 1950s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/International_student   (359 words)

 SCCC - International Student Information
Students with a delinquent account are subject to cancellation of their enrollment and termination as a student at Seward County Community College.
An International Student who fails to maintain a full course of study each semester will be reported to the INS District Office in Wichita, Kansas as "out of status"; this classification requires the International Student to apply to INS for reinstatement.
If the student is not reinstated, a date of voluntary departure will be issued by which time the student must leave the United States and return to their home; this action of deportation is usually within 30 days of notification and may not be appealed.
www.sccc.edu /students/prospective/international_stud.html   (1442 words)

 UMaine Farmington - International Student   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
International students are eligible to apply for on campus employment and work up to 20 hours per week.
Students who are currently attending or who last attended a U. college or university must submit a Transfer Student Recommendation Form completed and signed by the international student advisor at your current U.S. institution.
Students should be aware of the lack of public transportation to and from Farmington.
www.umf.maine.edu /admissions/apply_international.php?location=admissions   (784 words)

 WIU | International Student Admissions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
International students who are seeking admission as transfer students will need to submit official transcripts in the original language (if other than English) and an English translation.
International colleges and universities must be recognized by the Ministry of Education, Department of Education or other official accrediting body in the country in which the student studied for coursework to be considered for transfer credit.
International colleges and universities must be recognized by the Ministry of Education, Department of Education or other official accrediting body in the country in which the student studied.
www.webber.edu /admissions/intstudentinfo.htm   (1032 words)

 International Student and Scholar Services | University of Miami   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
International students and scholars face some unique challenges as well as opportunities while pursuing their academic goals at the University of Miami.
International Orientation facilitates the educational and cultural adjustment of new and transfer international students.
International students also have the support of COISO (Council of International Students and Organizations), the international student umbrella organization.
www.miami.edu /international-student   (188 words)

 International Student / I am a... / Future Students / Audiences / TCC Home - Tallahassee Community College
A student who is not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States will be considered an international student.
International applicants transferring from any U. educational institution must be in status with immigration and in good standing, i.e., eligible to continue at or return to the present institution.
All international students are required to enroll in an international health insurance program which includes Medical Evaluation and Repatriation before registration for classes before their first semester is permitted.
www.tcc.fl.edu /audiences/future_students/i_am_a/international_student   (617 words)

 St. Philip's College - International Student Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The TOEFL Exam is required for all international students who come from nations where the medium of instruction in secondary, collegiate and university levels is not English.
Students may live in apartments, hotels, etc. St. Philip's College does have scholarships available to international students; however, they are not designed to fully cover tuition, fees, or living expenses, so an Affidavit of Support is required to show proof of financial resources.
International students transferring to St. Philip’s College must comply with the same policies and requirements as students who are applying from their home country.
www.accd.edu /spc/intlstudents/admissn.htm   (1577 words)

 Metropolitan State University: Student Affairs - International Student Services
Students are required to complete the health insurance enrollment forms (when making payment).
For those students who have already paid or are paying their Fall 2006 tuition, please stop by the Business Office to complete the forms as soon as they are made available.
International students at Metropolitan State must be registered for fall and spring semester.
www.metrostate.edu /studentaff/int.html   (2550 words)

 Financial Aid: International Student Information
Students with a high school or secondary grade point average (GPA) equivalent to 3.00 are automatically considered for one of these scholarships.
International students are considered for merit-based financial assistance.
Students may not receive aid for correspondence or telecommunications courses unless they are part of an associate, bachelor's, or graduate degree program.
www.students.uidaho.edu /default.aspx?pid=14987   (680 words)

 Admissions (International Student) - LaGuardia
At LaGuardia, an international student is a student who holds a temporary student visa, while enrolled at the college.
Immigrants (permanent residents), citizens, refugees, and resident aliens are not international students.
Students who can't show adequate financial support will not be permitted to study in the U.S. This means you'll need to submit proof that you have enough financial support to cover your educational and living expenses without needing to work while you're here.
www.lagcc.cuny.edu /admission/international_student.aspx   (830 words)

 International Graduate Student Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
ASU has a rich and vibrant educational environment due, in large part, to its international student body, of which the majority is graduate students.
The ISO conducts orientation programs for new students and offers assistance with administrative concerns, immigration advisement, and personal counseling, including providing information on student visas, F-1 and J-1 visas, international student organizations, and international student traditions.
In cooperation with academic and administrative units, IPO develops the international policies for ASU, represents the international interests of the university to the community at large, administers scholarships for studying abroad, supports faculty exchanges, and facilitates joint international research and training projects.
www.asu.edu /graduate/international/index.htm   (282 words)

 International Student Fee Information
An "International Student" is a student who is in F-1 or J-1 visa status.
The fee is necessary for the university to meet those new requirements and continue to provide services international students need to maintain their visa status and adjust to life in the U.S. and Las Vegas.
To help you understand the many regulations that affect international students, advisors in the Office of International Students and Scholars (ISS office) will be available to see you more often and provide you with more individual attention by phone, email and in person.
www.unlv.edu /studentlife/international/studentfee.html   (304 words)

 International Student Office
Students wishing to apply for the employment authorization need to request the instructions from the International Student Office (F 340).
Student must be in good academic standing at the time of application and must maintain good academic standing during the employment period.
F-1 students are eligible for off-campus work authorization in cases where the need to work is caused by unforeseen circumstances beyond the student's control.
www.harpercollege.edu /aels/esl/dept/iso/employment.shtml   (685 words)

 International Student Affairs
Our goal is to enable international students to have successful academic, cultural and personal experiences while enrolled at the college.
At Moraine Valley, we view the presence of international students on our campus as an opportunity for students and community members to gain broader knowledge of the diverse and multicultural world we share.
Additionally, international students make significant contributions to the college's academic, cultural and economic vitality.
www.morainevalley.edu /International   (191 words)

 UTD International Student Services
Our mission is to enhance the quality of experience for international students by providing timely, consistent and accurate service through individual advising, the processing of paperwork and outreach efforts.
International students are required to carry health insurance and evacuation/repatriation coverage while enrolled at UTD.
Students who transfer from a non-immigrant status to an immigrant classification of US Citizen, Permanent Resident, pending Permanent Resident, Asylee, Refugee, or Parolee are required to submit proof of the change to the UTD Registrar’s Office and International Student Services Office, and will subsequently not be assessed the fee.
www.utdallas.edu /student/international   (428 words)

 International Student Programs
Building on its tradition of excellence, De Anza challenges students of every background to develop their intellect, character, and abilities; to achieve their educational goals; and to serve their community in a diverse and changing world.
The International Student Programs office is created specifically to provide programs and services to ensure a successful educational and personal experience among our international students and to promote cross-cultural understanding.
It has a knowledgeable and multi-lingual staff that is committed to helping international students adjust to a different educational and cultural environment.
www.deanza.edu /international   (422 words)

 International Student Programs (ISP) - Gonzaga University
Gonzaga University International students enjoy a warm welcome along with the academic challenge of attending one of the finest universities in the western United States.
ESL Students requesting this service are asked to give their arrival date, time and flight number at least one week before their arrival.
Undergraduate and graduate students participate in the orientation activities of the larger university; however, we provide the specific information and resources required for international students.
www.gonzaga.edu /Academics/International+Students/default.asp   (442 words)

 KU: International Student and Scholar Services
As the first stop for international students and scholars on campus, we are committed to making your time here in Lawrence enjoyable and productive.
The Office of International Student and Scholar Services is actually housed in two separate offices, with two primary areas of responsibility: International Undergraduate Admissions and International Student Advising.
International Student Advising bears the overall institutional responsibility for immigration advising and endorsement of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) documents.
www2.ku.edu /~issfacts   (214 words)

 International Student Insurance
Medical insurance is required for all international students at The University of Texas at Austin.
New students are additionally charged a one-month insurance fee of $87 for coverage from July 30 through August 30, 2006 before fall classes or from December 16, 2006 through January 16, 2007 before spring classes begin at UT-Austin.
In addition to health insurance the international student policy covers medical evacuation and repatriation of remains in case of death.
www.utexas.edu /international/isss/insurance   (382 words)

 StudentScoop.com - International Student Information
International students who are not either citizens, U.S. nationals, or permanent residents, are not eligible for U.S. government aid programs (including the Pell Grant, SEOG Grant, Stafford Loan, Perkins Loan, PLUS Loan, and Federal Work-Study).
As for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which U.S. students must file to qualify for federal funding, international students should ask the schools to which they are applying before filling out this form.
As for admissions, international students, for the most part, are bound by the same requirements as U.S. students.
www.collegebound.net /studentscoop/state_aid/international.html   (475 words)

 International Student Services
The International Affairs Office assists international students, scholars and their dependents in immigration matters and adjusting to life in the United States.
All new international students and scholars are required to report to this office for passport check-in upon arrival on campus.
To minimize the difficulties our international students and exchange visitors may experience upon arrival, we offer a cultural adjustment workshop during Orientation, and information is available at the office throughout the semester.
www.bridgeport.edu /pages/3258.asp   (364 words)

 International Student Orientation
Entering students tell us that the most valuable part of Orientation is the opportunity it provides to make friends before starting academic studies.
When we arrive oncampus, this is the first event where we meet several students from other countries and learn about their culture and their traditions.
All international Students, whether new or transferring to USC, are required to attend the International Student Orientation.
www.usc.edu /student-affairs/OIS/NewStud/orientation/whatisori.html   (498 words)

 International Student Exchange & Study Abroad Resource Center
You are now at the premier international student and study abroad website providing you with news, information, resources and so much more about being an international student and preparing you for your study abroad experience.
Schiller International University in Dunedin, Florida offers a paid internship program for international Masters of Business students at Schiller who wish to work for American companies while they are also taking classes.
International students can work up to 40 hours per week in “practical training” jobs for which they are paid regular wages.
www.internationalstudent.com   (666 words)

 International Education Center Terra Nostre Archives | GCSU
Georgia College welcomes international students and the diverse backgrounds they bring to our campus, and encourages all students to study abroad.
We assist international students through the admissions process, as well as provide information and counseling to the more than 100 enrolled international students from 50 countries on non-immigrant student visa regulations and processes, medical insurance, housing, financial and work issues, adjustment to life in the U. and academic concerns.
The student-centered International Education Center advises the International Club, whose members include many U.S. students as well as students from all over the world, and assists with its programs such as the International Dinner and International Week.
www.gcsu.edu /international   (213 words)

 Student Aid on the Web - International Students
Students pursue higher education, in their home country or abroad, because the experience will help them achieve their professional and personal goals.
Tuition varies widely from school to school, but it is usually always the largest single cost an international student faces.
Sources of financial aid available to international students at the undergraduate level are limited and highly competitive.
studentaid.ed.gov /PORTALSWebApp/students/english/intl.jsp   (335 words)

 East Stroudsburg University - International Student Applicants
All students from countries other than the United States who do not hold immigrant visas or permanent resident (Resident Alien) status must complete a East Stroudsburg University international student application for undergraduate admission.
International applicants should begin the application process several months in advance of the semester they want to enroll.
All students who apply for admission to the University with transcripts from a foreign secondary or post-secondary educational institution will be required to submit an official educational credential evaluation.
www3.esu.edu /admission/internationalstudent.asp   (797 words)

 International Student Support
Student Services assists international students with cross-cultural orientation, nonacademic advising, and social activities.
The office, in room 237/238 of the Student Center at Pine Street, is open from 8 a.m.
Office of International Services will issue the appropriate immigration form needed to secure a visa after acceptance for admission to the University.
www.umaryland.edu /student/international.html   (88 words)

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