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Wake University Welcomes International Students

International students are now anywhere in world to get good education and become responsible citizens of their country. These students usually belong to wealthy families in their respective countries except for those average students that were granted scholarships to study abroad.

This academic year 2008-2009 the Wake University on August 21 begins its school days with a big bang by welcoming international students enrolled in the university as well as other new students. There are about 1,200 incoming freshmen the university awaits as it opens doors this month. North Carolina is now among the best go-to places for education by many students coming from other countries. There are big colleges and universities in North Carolina and they are also known for quality education. Career education could be wonderful in this place since the government is also campaigning for quality education for everyone.

At Wake University, all freshmen will be moving to residence halls starting from 8:00 in the morning as majority of them will only live on campus. For sophomores seniors and juniors the residence halls will also open on August 23. This year’s new students come from 44 states and 12 other foreign countries. The North Carolinian residents comprise at least 26 percent of all the freshmen. The Reynolda campus’s orientation for at least 140 students will be made on August 26 while the classes begin on the 27th. Records also show that 47 percent of the students graduated from North Carolina while only eight percent are recorded as belonging to the minorities. This also includes the number of 14 international students originating from 10 countries.

On August 21, 39 students of the School of Divinity will hold its orientation as well as they will have special dinner with the dean. There are also 28 percent students from North Carolina, Mexico and Germany. Minorities comprised at least 10 percent of the population in the Schools of Divinity. There are also 81 new students at the Babcock Graduate School of Management, who will be oriented on August 18. At least 33 percent of the freshmen comprise of women students. Classes will start on August 25 for Babcock Graduate School, it was learned.

There are many
schools world wide that are now receiving international students and they become very competitive schools.

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