External link to The Difficulties Which International Students Face
External link to The impact of part-time work on the academic performance of international students in Glasgow.
Introduction: This article is about the troubles which international pupils face, particularly for Asiatic pupils, including thought manners, larning attitudes and composing and showing manners. In malice of its publication day of the month, it is still helpful for us to understand the international students` state of affairs abroad. In the text, the writers argue all the issues are rooted in traditional civilization. In general, […]
External link to Language is not only the problem faced by International students in the UK
Part 1: Introduction Rationale: Some researchers (e.g. Steinberg & Suzanne, 1993; Lee & Ju, 2010) claim that part-time work experiences have negative effects on adolescent development, which are mainly study on the effect of their problem behaviors and school disengagement. Other research (Rochford et al, 2009: 601) also have found an inverse relationship between working time and course performance. However, there is little data relating […]
External link to Factors Affecting International Students’ Decisions
In recent years, coming to the UK have became a attractive option for students who want to get further education with the higher quality. Because the UK is famous by its impressed education in the history. However, the increasing number of international students does not mean it is undemanding to study in the UK without facing any difficulty or it is much easier than before […]
Rationale It is a fact that studying abroad has become a growing trend over the world. According to Mpinganjira (2009: 358), the number of students studying abroad increased dramatically from 0.6 million in 1975 to 1.3 million and 2.9 million in 1995 and 2006, respectively. Amongst countries that students often select, the UK is chosen by a number of international students. As Larsen et al […]