Any international students in the Carribean?

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prettypea

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International, meaning non-US students. And what their policies are and how many they accept?

Many thanks for any and all responses!
 

stephew

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yes. see websites which usually give proportions.
www.sgu.edu has it somewhere.
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Originally posted by markglt
wow steph. you really get around.

-M.


It's the viagra she is not taking.


(a valueMD joke)
 

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i'm finishing up at sgu. a good number of my classmates were international students. there were quite a few from canada, botswana, nigeria, south africa, lebanon and the middle east, and the local caribbean islands- grenana, st. vincent, trinidad, etc. there were a few from england and other european countries, brazil, central america, etc. the majority obviously are from the US but from coast to coast. overall, it was a very interesting mix and made interacting with people from all over the world an additional educational experience.

i am not sure about the other schools but check out their individual website to get the breakdown. sgu is www.sgu.edu

all the best!
 
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