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Badur, G. (2003). International students perspectives on their cross-cultural adjustment to American higher education. J. C. P. G. Palmer. United States -- Illinois, Illinois State University. Illinois State University.
This study examines the cross-cultural adjustment of international students from India, China, South Korea, and Japan in a Midwestern public university to identify factors that inhibit or assist in their academic, social, and cultural journeys as they participate in campus life. Graduate and undergraduate students were chosen from the targeted countries with a follow-up interview. The research was based on a host of socio-cultural and educational theories. The focus was mainly on their experience with using English, academic and social competence and approach to American culture. The findings suggest areas of improvement in service delivery to the students in terms of catering to their various academic and social needs.
Chaparro, D. P. (2009). Are our efforts worthwhile? International students perceptions of a project-based program designed to internationalize higher education. D. D. Hendel. United States -- Minnesota, Educational Policy and Administration. Educational Policy and Administration.
This qualitative research focuses on international students perspectives on a project-based program designed to internationalize higher education. It shows that the Culture Corps project had helped international students in getting acclimatized to the university setting academically, linguistically and culturally. The study explains the basis of the Culture Corp project, undertaken by the