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ERIC Number: ED013596
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Feb-28
Pages: 27
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INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND THE JUNIOR COLLEGE, 1966, PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY THE SUB-COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION OF THE COMMISSION ON ADMINISTRATION, AAJC (ST. LOUIS FEBRUARY 28, 1966).
MORRISON, JAMES
SUMMARIES OF PRESENTATIONS BY REPRESENTATIVES OF JUNIOR COLLEGES AND OTHER AGENCIES PROVIDE INFORMATION ABOUT VARIOUS ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND PROGRAMS FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS IN AMERICAN JUNIOR COLLEGES. A RESEARCH REPORT DESCRIBES PROBLEMS OF FOREIGN STUDENTS IN SUCH PROGRAMS--(1) LACK OF ADEQUATE ORIENTATION OF QUALIFIED FOREIGN STUDENT ADVISORS, (2) HOUSING, (3) FINANCES, (4) PREJUDICE, AND (5) "CULTURE SHOCK". THE STUDENTS IN THE SURVEY WERE GENERALLY PLEASED WITH THEIR CLASS AND INSTRUCTIONAL EXPERIENCES. FOUR JUNIOR COLLEGE PROGRAMS FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS ARE DESCRIBED, WITH ONE PROGRAM OF PREPARATION FOR AMERICAN STUDENTS TO SPEND A YEAR ABROAD. ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF EFFECTIVE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS ARE DISCUSSED AND THE WORK OF AGENCIES TO ASSIST COLLEGES IN THIS FIELD IS DESCRIBED. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: Florida State Univ., Tallahassee.; Florida Univ., Gainesville.
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