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The information was compiled from the 2008 ADEA Official Guide to Dental Schools.


Code:
			Inter	Accepted 	
		Can DAT	Consid	Inter	Canad
1	Alab	Yes	Yes	0	
2	AZ	No	No		
3	Mid	No			
4	LL	Yes	Yes	NR	
5	UCLA	No	Yes	3	
6	UCSF	No	Yes	23	
7	UOP	Yes	Yes	29	
8	USC	Yes	Yes	8	
9	Westrn				
10	Colo	No	No		
11	Conn	Yes	Yes	1	
12	Howard	Yes	Yes	9	
13	Nova	Yes	Yes	5	
14	Flor	Yes	No		
15	Geo	No	Yes	NR	
16	S Ill	Yes	No		
17	U Ill	No	No		
18	Ind	Yes	Yes	5	
19	Iowa	Yes	Yes	NR	
20	Kent	Yes	Yes	NR	
21	Louiv	Yes	Yes	7	
22	Louis	Yes	No	NA	
23	Md	Yes	Yes	NR	
24	Boston	Yes	Yes	24	5
25	Harv	Yes	Yes	6	
26	Tufts	Yes	Yes	11	6
27	Mercy	Yes	Yes	9	8
28	Mich	Yes	Yes	4	2
29	Minn	Yes	Yes	5	
30	Miss	No	No		
31	Missou	Yes	No		
32	Creigh	Yes	Yes	4	
33	Neb	Yes	Yes	NR	
34	Nev	No	Yes	25	1
35	UMDNJ	Yes	No		
36	Colum	Yes	Yes	17	4
37	NY	Yes	Yes	23	13
38	SB	No	Yes	NA	
39	Buf	Yes	Yes	NR	
40	UNC	Yes	Yes	2	
41	Case	Yes	Yes	9	7
42	Ohio	Yes	Yes	1	
43	Ok	Yes	Yes	1	
44	Ore	Yes	Yes	1	
45	Penn	Yes	Yes	16	8
46	Pitt	Yes	Yes	4	2
47	Temple	Yes	Yes	NR	
48	PP	No	Yes	1	
49	SC	No	Yes	5	1
50	Meh	Yes	Yes	1	
51	Tenn	No	No		
52	Baylor	Yes	Yes	NA	
53	Hou	Yes	Yes	0	
54	SA	Yes	Yes	NR	
55	VA	Yes	Yes	4	
56	Wash	Yes	No		
57	WVA	Yes	Yes	2	1
58	Marq	Yes	Yes	2	
		Total		267	58
 
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denniss1

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those numbers are the "accepted" number of international students and not the "entering" students, right?
 
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denniss1

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also, the number of accepted international students seems to big for UCSF and U of P, even if we assume they are merely "accepted" students and not entering ones.
 

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also, the number of accepted international students seems to big for UCSF and U of P, even if we assume they are merely "accepted" students and not entering ones.
They are all enrollees.
UCSF: China 2; Hong Kong3; Iran 7, Japan 1, S. Korea 6; Laos 1; Pakistan 1; Philippines 1; Taiwan 1; Thailand 1; Vietnam 4.

UOP: Argentina 1; Canada 2; China 1; Cambodia 1; Egypt 1; Hong Kong 3; India 2, Iran 6; Japan 1; S Korea 1; Mexico 2, Nicaragua 1; Romania 1; Saudi Arabia 1; Switzerland 1; Ukraine 1; Uzbekistan 1; Venezuela 1, Vietnam 1.
 

denniss1

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They are all enrollees.
UCSF: China 2; Hong Kong3; Iran 7, Japan 1, S. Korea 6; Laos 1; Pakistan 1; Philippines 1; Taiwan 1; Thailand 1; Vietnam 4.

UOP: Argentina 1; Canada 2; China 1; Cambodia 1; Egypt 1; Hong Kong 3; India 2, Iran 6; Japan 1; S Korea 1; Mexico 2, Nicaragua 1; Romania 1; Saudi Arabia 1; Switzerland 1; Ukraine 1; Uzbekistan 1; Venezuela 1, Vietnam 1.

Then, they must be the number of enrollees for all four years together not just for one year. UCSF's total class size is 80 and only has 16 out of staters. It would be impossible to have 25 internationals in one class.

I bet most of the schools reported the total number of international students for all 4 years included.
 

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Then, they must be the number of enrollees for all four years together not just for one year. UCSF's total class size is 80 and only has 16 out of staters. It would be impossible to have 25 internationals in one class.

I bet most of the schools reported the total number of international students for all 4 years included.
Twenty five out of 85 seems excessive and, as you suggested, it may well represent the number of inter students enrolled for the 4 years. UCSF reports 28 out of state enrollees and lists 21 from other states leaving 7 as possible inter students. The absolute number of inter students accepted is not the critical aspect of the post, which was designed to reflect which institutions will even consider international students.
 
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