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U.S. Schools Tap Growing Ranks of Chinese Students

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U.S. Schools Tap Growing Ranks of Chinese Students

U.S. Schools Tap Growing Ranks of Chinese Students

U.S. Schools Tap Growing Ranks of Chinese Students

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As more and more Chinese go to college, U.S. universities are trying to grab a piece of this growing market. Even smaller schools feel they must have some sort of exchange program with Chinese schools. Exchange students were once motivated by a desire to spread international understanding, but now many feel that global education is important to their success in the job market.

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