INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS ENROLLMENT & STATISTICAL REPORT. Fall 2018

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1 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS ENROLLMENT & STATISTICAL REPORT Fall 2018

2 CONTENTS Section 1 Introduction... 3 Section 2 International Student Enrollment Section 3 Fall 2018 Top Ten Places of Origin... 5 Section 4 Enrollment by Country... 7 Section 5 Enrollment by Educational Level... 9 Section 6 Undergraduate Enrollment Section 7 Graduate and Professional Enrollment Section 8 Enrollment by Curricula Section 9 College Enrollment by Places of Origin Agriculture Education Engineering Health and Human Sciences Liberal Arts Krannert School of Management Pharmacy Science Polytechnic Institute Veterinary Medicine Exploratory Studies Interdisciplinary & Special Programs Non-Degree Section 10 Enrollment by Region Africa East Asia & Pacific Europe & Eurasia Near East South & Central Asia Western Hemisphere Section 11 International Scholars Section 12 Summary Purdue University

3 INTRODUCTION A total of 8936 students from abroad, representing 128* countries and 1642 international faculty and staff representing 78* nations, claim Purdue University as their home this fall semester. The University s total international student enrollment ranks: 4th among U.S. public institutions 2 nd in the Big Ten The international student body comprises 20.5% of the total number of enrolled students. International undergraduate students comprise 14.3% of the total undergraduate body, or 4657 students. A total of 4257 international graduate and professional students represent 39.8% of all students at this level of study. College of Engineering (41.0%), College of Science (19.6%), Krannert School of Management (10.4%), Purdue Polytechnic Institute (8.5%), College of Liberal Arts (5.4%) and College of Agriculture (5.4%), enroll the highest percentages of students from abroad. China ranks first (3313) in total enrollment while India (1979) is second. South Korea (642), Taiwan (302), Malaysia (181), Colombia (164), Indonesia (116), Brazil (111), Turkey (109), and Pakistan (97) round out the top ten. China (740), India (178), Colombia (130), South Korea (76), Italy (61), Brazil (42), Germany (34), Canada (32), Turkey (31) and Japan (27) send the largest number of international faculty, researchers and staff. The majority of international scholars are in engineering (586), agriculture (238), physical sciences (159), biology (143), and Health Professions and Related Programs (106). Questions and comments concerning this report should be directed to Dr. Michael A Brzezinski, Dean, International Programs, or * Bermuda, French Polynesia, Hong Kong, Macau, Palestinian Territories and Taiwan are listed throughout this report but are not included in the country counts. 3 Purdue University

4 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT International Students: 10-year Enrollment Trends International Student 10-year Enrollment Trends Number of Enrolled International Students Undergraduate Enrollment Graduate and Professional Enrollment Total Enrollment International Student 10-year Enrollment Trends Growth Undergraduates % Graduates and Professionals % Total % 4 Purdue University

5 TOP TEN PLACES OF ORIGIN International Students: Top Ten China, 3696 China, 3313 India, 2001 India, 1979 Country Students % of Total Change from 2017 China % -10.4% India % -1.1% South Korea % -3.6% Taiwan % 2.7% Malaysia % 0.6% Colombia % 27.1% Indonesia % 7.4% Brazil % 16.8% Turkey % 9.0% Pakistan % 3.2% Other % 8.6% TOTAL % -1.8% South Korea, 666 South Korea, 642 Taiwan, 302 Taiwan, 294 Malaysia, 181 Malaysia, 180 Colombia, 129 Colombia, 164 Indonesia, 108 Indonesia, 116 Brazil, 95 Brazil, 111 Turkey, 100 Turkey, 109 Pakistan, 94 Pakistan, countries are represented in the student body at Purdue University. 5 Purdue University

6 TOP TEN PLACES OF ORIGIN Top Ten by Undergraduate Enrollment China 1799 India 866 South Korea 364 Malaysia Taiwan Top Ten by Incoming Freshman Indonesia 94 China 243 Turkey 63 India 136 Pakistan 61 South Korea 64 Vietnam 61 Taiwan 30 Brazil 60 Brazil Turkey Indonesia 19 Undergraduate enrollment decreased 6% Graduate enrollment increased 2% Vietnam Malaysia Canada Top Ten by Graduate and Professional Enrollment China India South Korea Taiwan Colombia Iran Bangladesh Brazil Egypt Turkey Purdue University

7 ENROLLMENT BY COUNTRY Total Enrollment by Country Country UG GR & PR Total 1 Afghanistan Angola Argentina Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Belarus Belgium Benin Bermuda Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma Cambodia Cameroon Canada Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cote d'ivoire Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo Denmark Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Ethiopia France Gambia Georgia Country UG GR & PR Total 44 Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lebanon Libya Lithuania Macau Malawi Malaysia Mauritius Mexico Moldova Mongolia Morocco Namibia Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway 4 4 Continued 7 Purdue University

8 ENROLLMENT BY COUNTRY Total Enrollment by Country, continued Country UG GR & PR Total 87 Oman Pakistan Palestinian Territories Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Russia Rwanda Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain Sri Lanka Country UG GR & PR Total 111 St Lucia St. Vincent and the Grenadines Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zimbabwe 2 2 Total Enrollment Undergraduate 4657 Graduate & Professional 4279 All Students Purdue University

9 ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL All New International Students (UG, GR, PR) Country B EX T X TOTAL Country B EX T X TOTAL Argentina 6 6 Australia Austria 1 1 Azerbaijan 1 1 Bahamas 1 1 Bahrain 2 2 Bangladesh Belgium 1 1 Benin 1 1 Bolivia 4 4 Botswana 1 1 Brazil Bulgaria 1 1 Burma 2 2 Canada Chile 7 7 China Colombia Costa Rica Cyprus 2 2 Czech Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo 3 3 Denmark 3 3 Dominica 1 1 Dominican Republic Country B EX T X TOTAL Ecuador Egypt El Salvador 2 2 Ethiopia 4 4 France Georgia 3 3 Germany Ghana Greece 3 3 Guatemala Guyana 1 1 Haiti 1 1 Honduras 5 5 Hong Kong Hungary 2 2 India Indonesia Iran 8 8 Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica 2 2 Japan Jordan 4 4 Kazakhstan 8 8 B = New First Time Student EX = Study Abroad Exchange Student (Incoming) T = Transfer Student X = Regional Campus Transfer Continued 9 Purdue University

10 ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL All New International Students, continued Country B EX T X TOTAL Kenya 1 1 Lebanon Macau Malaysia Mauritius 1 1 Mexico Mongolia Morocco 2 2 Nepal 6 6 Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua 2 2 Nigeria Norway 1 1 Pakistan Panama Paraguay 2 2 Peru 3 3 Philippines 3 3 Romania 1 1 Russia Rwanda 1 1 Saudi Arabia Serbia 1 1 Country B EX T X TOTAL Singapore Slovakia 1 1 South Africa 1 1 South Korea Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Syria 1 1 Taiwan Tajikistan 1 1 Thailand Trinidad and Tobago 4 4 Tunisia 1 1 Turkey Uganda 2 2 Ukraine 1 1 United Arab Emirates 4 4 United Kingdom Venezuela 4 4 Vietnam Grand Total B = New First Time Student EX = Study Abroad Exchange Student (Incoming) T = Transfer Student X = Regional Campus Transfer Purdue University welcomed over 2000 new students 10 Purdue University

11 UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT New International Undergraduate Students Country B EX T X TOTAL Argentina 4 4 Australia Austria 1 1 Azerbaijan 1 1 Bahrain 2 2 Bahamas 1 1 Bangladesh 6 6 Bolivia 3 3 Brazil Burma 2 2 Canada Chile 4 4 China Colombia Costa Rica Democratic Republic of the Congo Cyprus 1 1 Czechia Denmark 3 3 Dominica 1 1 B = New First Time Student EX = Study Abroad Exchange Student (Incoming) T = Transfer Student X = Regional Campus Transfer Country B EX T X TOTAL Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt 6 6 El Salvador 2 2 Ethiopia 2 2 France Georgia 2 2 Germany Ghana 3 3 Guatemala Honduras 4 4 Hong Kong Hungary 1 1 India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan 1 1 Kazakhstan 5 5 Continued 11 Purdue University

12 UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT New International Undergraduate Students, continued Country B EX T X TOTAL Lebanon 1 1 Macau Malaysia Mauritius 1 1 Mexico Mongolia Morocco 1 1 Netherlands 5 5 New Zealand Nicaragua 2 2 Nigeria Norway 1 1 Pakistan Panama Peru 2 2 Philippines 1 1 Romania 1 1 Russia Saudi Arabia Country B EX T X TOTAL Serbia 1 1 Singapore Slovakia 1 1 South Africa 1 1 South Korea Spain Sri Lanka Sweden 4 4 Switzerland 4 4 Syria 1 1 Taiwan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago 3 3 Tunisia 1 1 Turkey Ukraine 1 1 United Arab Emirates 3 3 United Kingdom Venezuela 4 4 Vietnam Grand Total B = New First Time Student EX = Study Abroad Exchange Student (Incoming) T = Transfer Student X = Regional Campus Transfer 12 Purdue University

13 GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL ENROLLMENT New International Graduate and Professional Students Country B EX X TOTAL Argentina Australia Bangladesh Belgium Benin Bolivia Botswana Brazil Bulgaria Canada Chile China Colombia Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo Dominican Republic Ecuador Country B EX X TOTAL Egypt Ethiopia France Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary India Indonesia Iran Ireland Israel Italy Continued B = New First Time Student EX = Study Abroad Exchange Student (Incoming) X = Regional Campus Transfer 13 Purdue University

14 GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL ENROLLMENT New International Graduate and Professional Students Country B EX X TOTAL Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Lebanon Malaysia Mexico Morocco Nepal Netherlands Nigeria Pakistan Panama Paraguay Peru Philippines Russia Country B EX X TOTAL Rwanda Saudi Arabia Singapore South Korea Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Turkey Uganda United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Vietnam Grand Total B = New First Time Student EX = Study Abroad Exchange Student (Incoming) X = Regional Campus Transfer 14 Purdue University

15 ENROLLMENT BY CURRICULA 2500 Summary Undergraduate Graduate and Professional College Undergraduate Graduate Professional Total Agriculture Education Engineering Health and Human Sciences Liberal Arts Pharmacy Science Exploratory Studies Interdisciplinary and Special Programs Krannert School of Management Polytechnic Institute Non-Degree 4 4 Veterinary Medicine Grand Total Purdue University

16 ENROLLMENT BY CURRICULA Summary, continued AG AG AG ED ED ED ENGR ENGR ENGR HHS EXPL HHS HHS EXPL LA LA LA MGMT MGMT PHARM MGMT PHARM PI PHARM PI PI SCI SCI SCI VET VET VET 1 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Enrollment by College Over Time College year change 1-year change Agriculture % -6% Education % -10% Engineering % -3% Exploratory Studies % Interdisciplinary and Special Programs % -20% Health and Human Sciences % -4% Liberal Arts % -6% Management % -9% Pharmacy % 13% Polytechnic Institute % 6% Science % 3% Veterinary Medicine % 19% Non-Degree % 0% Grand Total % -2% 16 Purdue University

17 ENROLLMENT BY CURRICULA International Undergraduate Students by College Engineering Science Management Polytechnic Liberal Arts Health & Human Sci Agriculture Exploratory Studies Pharmacy Education Engineering Science Polytechnic Exploratory Studies Liberal Arts Management Health & Human Sci International Undergraduate Enrollment Incoming All Undergraduates Freshman Agriculture Education 5 17 Engineering Exploratory Studies Health & Human Sci Liberal Arts Management Pharmacy Polytechnic Science Veterinary Medicine 4 Non-Degree 4 Total Incoming Freshman by College Non-Degree 4 4 Agriculture Pharmacy Veterinary Medicine 3 Education 5 17 Purdue University

18 ENROLLMENT BY CURRICULA International Graduate and Professional Students by College Graduates Professionals Total Agriculture Education Engineering Interdisciplinary & Special Programs Health & Human Sciences Liberal Arts Management Pharmacy Polytechnic Science Veterinary Medicine Total Purdue University

19 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Agriculture % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Afghanistan 2 2 Argentina Australia 2 2 Bahamas 2 2 Bangladesh Bolivia Botswana 1 1 Brazil Cameroon 1 1 Canada China Colombia Cote d'ivoire 1 1 Denmark 1 1 Dominican Republic 2 2 Ecuador Egypt 7 7 Ethiopia 2 2 France Germany Ghana 2 2 Guatemala 1 1 Guyana 1 1 Honduras 4 4 India Indonesia Iran 7 7 Ireland Continued 19 Purdue University

20 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Agriculture Italy Jamaica 3 3 Japan Kazakhstan Kenya 6 6 Malaysia Mexico Nepal 5 5 Netherlands 1 1 New Zealand 2 2 Nicaragua Niger 1 1 Nigeria Pakistan Paraguay 1 1 Peru Philippines 1 1 Rwanda 2 2 Saudi Arabia Serbia 1 1 Singapore 1 1 South Africa 1 1 South Korea Spain 2 2 Sri Lanka 2 2 Taiwan Thailand 3 3 Turkey Uganda 1 1 Ukraine 1 1 United Kingdom Uruguay 2 2 Venezuela 1 1 Vietnam Zimbabwe 1 1 Grand Total Purdue University

21 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Education % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Country Undergraduates Graduates Total Argentina 1 1 Bangladesh 1 1 Belgium 1 1 Canada China Colombia 5 5 Ghana 1 1 Honduras 1 1 India 5 5 Indonesia 1 1 Iran 4 4 Jamaica 1 1 Malaysia 1 1 Nepal 1 1 Netherlands 1 1 Nigeria 1 1 Oman 1 1 Saudi Arabia 2 2 Singapore 2 2 South Korea Spain 1 1 Turkey Grand Total Purdue University

22 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Engineering % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Angola 1 1 Argentina Australia Azerbaijan 4 4 Bahamas 2 2 Bahrain 1 1 Bangladesh Belgium Benin 1 1 Bolivia Brazil Bulgaria 1 1 Burma Cambodia 1 1 Canada Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cyprus 1 1 Denmark 1 1 Dominican Republic 3 3 Ecuador Egypt El Salvador 7 7 Ethiopia 3 3 France Gambia 1 1 Germany Ghana Greece 7 7 Guatemala 4 4 Haiti 1 1 Honduras Continued 22 Purdue University

23 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Engineering, continued Hong Kong Hungary 1 1 India Indonesia Iran Iraq 1 1 Ireland 1 1 Israel 1 1 Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kuwait Lebanon Macau 1 1 Malaysia Mexico Moldova 1 1 Mongolia 1 1 Morocco Nepal 6 6 Netherlands 1 1 New Zealand Nicaragua 1 1 Nigeria Norway 2 2 Oman 4 4 Pakistan Palestinian Territories 1 1 Panama Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal 1 1 Romania 2 2 Russia Saudi Arabia Seychelles 1 1 Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sri Lanka St. Vincent and the 1 1 Grenadines Sweden 1 1 Switzerland Syria 4 4 Taiwan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago 3 3 Tunisia Turkey Uganda United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Venezuela Vietnam Yemen 1 1 Grand Total Purdue University

24 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Health and Human Sciences % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Australia 4 4 Bahamas 1 1 Bangladesh 1 1 Bolivia 1 1 Brunei 1 1 Canada China Colombia Costa Rica 1 1 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1 1 Ecuador 6 6 Egypt 1 1 El Salvador 1 1 Ethiopia Germany 2 2 Guatemala 3 3 Honduras 1 1 Hong Kong India Indonesia Iran 4 4 Ireland Italy 1 1 Jamaica 1 1 Japan Purdue University Kenya 1 1 Kuwait 2 2 Lebanon 2 2 Macau 1 1 Malaysia Mexico 1 1 Mongolia 1 1 Nepal 1 1 New Zealand 2 2 Nicaragua 2 2 Nigeria 1 1 Pakistan Peru 1 1 Philippines 2 2 Saudi Arabia Serbia 1 1 Singapore South Korea Sri Lanka 1 1 Syria 1 1 Taiwan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago 1 1 Turkey Vietnam 4 4 Grand Total

25 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Liberal Arts % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Argentina Australia 1 1 Bahamas 2 2 Bangladesh Bolivia 1 1 Brazil 3 3 Burkina Faso 1 1 Burma 1 1 Canada 7 7 Chile 1 1 China Colombia 6 6 Costa Rica 2 2 Croatia 1 1 Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt France Georgia 1 1 Germany Continued 25 Purdue University

26 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Liberal Arts, continued Ghana 4 4 Guatemala Hong Kong Hungary 1 1 India Indonesia Iran 5 5 Italy 1 1 Japan Kazakhstan 1 1 Kenya 1 1 Malaysia Mexico Nepal 2 2 Netherlands 3 3 New Zealand 2 2 Nigeria Pakistan Panama 3 3 Peru Poland Portugal 1 1 Russia Saudi Arabia 4 4 Senegal 1 1 Singapore Slovakia South Africa 1 1 South Korea Spain 3 3 Sweden 1 1 Taiwan Thailand 1 1 Turkey Turkmenistan 2 2 Uganda 1 1 United Kingdom Uzbekistan 1 1 Venezuela 1 1 Vietnam Grand Total Purdue University

27 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN Krannert School of Management % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Angola 2 2 Argentina 1 1 Australia Austria 1 1 Azerbaijan 1 1 Bahamas 1 1 Bangladesh 1 1 Bolivia 2 2 Brazil Burma 1 1 Canada Chile 1 1 China Colombia Costa Rica 3 3 Croatia 1 1 Cyprus 1 1 Czechia 2 2 Denmark 1 1 Dominican Republic 1 1 Ecuador El Salvador Ethiopia 1 1 Georgia 1 1 Continued 27 Purdue University

28 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN Krannert School of Management, continued Germany Greece 1 1 Guatemala 5 5 Honduras 2 2 Hong Kong Hungary India Indonesia Israel 1 1 Italy 5 5 Japan Jordan 1 1 Kazakhstan 1 1 Kenya 1 1 Kuwait 1 1 Lebanon 1 1 Macau 1 1 Malaysia Mauritius 1 1 Mexico Mongolia 1 1 Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua 4 4 Norway 1 1 Oman 1 1 Pakistan Panama 5 5 Peru Philippines 1 1 Russia 1 1 Saudi Arabia Singapore Slovenia 1 1 South Africa 1 1 South Korea Spain 7 7 Sri Lanka 1 1 Sweden 1 1 Switzerland 1 1 Taiwan Thailand 4 4 Turkey Ukraine 1 1 United Arab Emirates 2 2 United Kingdom Venezuela Vietnam Grand Total Purdue University

29 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN School of Pharmacy % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Country UG GR PR Total Australia 1 1 Bangladesh 1 1 Bulgaria 1 1 Cameroon 1 1 Canada 1 1 China Colombia 4 4 Ecuador 1 1 Egypt Ethiopia 1 1 Ghana 1 1 Hong Kong 1 1 India Indonesia 2 2 Iran 1 1 Country UG GR PR Total Japan 1 1 Jordan 1 1 Kenya 1 1 Nepal 1 1 Nigeria Russia 1 1 Saudi Arabia 3 3 Singapore 1 1 South Korea Syria 1 1 Taiwan Thailand Turkey 1 1 United Kingdom 1 1 Vietnam Grand Total Purdue University

30 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Science % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Argentina 3 3 Australia 2 2 Bahamas 1 1 Bahrain 1 1 Bangladesh Belarus 1 1 Belgium 2 2 Bolivia 1 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 1 Brazil Burkina Faso 1 1 Burma 1 1 Canada Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cyprus Czechia 2 2 Dominican Republic 1 1 Ecuador Egypt France Georgia Germany 2 2 Ghana 2 2 Greece 5 5 Guatemala 1 1 Continued 30 Purdue University

31 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN College of Science, continued Honduras 1 1 Hong Kong India Indonesia Iran Israel 1 1 Italy Jamaica 1 1 Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya 2 2 Kuwait Kyrgyzstan 1 1 Lebanon 3 3 Libya 1 1 Macau 1 1 Malaysia Mexico Mongolia 3 3 Namibia 1 1 Nepal 1 1 Netherlands New Zealand 1 1 Nigeria Norway 1 1 Pakistan Panama 3 3 Peru Philippines 1 1 Russia Rwanda 5 5 Saudi Arabia Singapore South Korea Sri Lanka Sweden 1 1 Taiwan Tajikistan 1 1 Tanzania 1 1 Thailand 9 9 Trinidad and Tobago 1 1 Turkey Ukraine 1 1 United Arab Emirates 3 3 United Kingdom Venezuela Vietnam Yemen 1 1 Zimbabwe 1 1 Grand Total Purdue University

32 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN Purdue Polytechnic Institute % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Afghanistan 1 1 Argentina 1 1 Australia 5 5 Bahamas Bangladesh Belgium 1 1 Bermuda 1 1 Bolivia 1 1 Brazil Burma 1 1 Canada Chile China Democratic Republic of the Congo Colombia Costa Rica Cyprus 1 1 Czechia Ecuador 5 5 Egypt El Salvador 1 1 France 2 2 Georgia 1 1 Germany Ghana Guatemala Purdue University Continued

33 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN Purdue Polytechnic Institute, continued Honduras Hong Kong 6 6 Hungary 1 1 India Indonesia 9 9 Iran 6 6 Ireland 2 2 Israel 1 1 Italy 1 1 Jamaica 1 1 Japan 2 2 Jordan 1 1 Kazakhstan 2 2 Kenya 1 1 Lebanon 1 1 Macau 3 3 Malaysia Mexico Morocco 1 1 New Zealand 1 1 Nigeria Pakistan Panama Paraguay 1 1 Philippines Romania Russia Saudi Arabia 2 2 Singapore 1 1 South Korea Spain 1 1 Sri Lanka 1 1 St Lucia 1 1 Sweden 1 1 Switzerland 2 2 Taiwan Thailand 2 2 Turkey Ukraine 1 1 United Arab Emirates 1 1 United Kingdom Venezuela Vietnam Grand Total Purdue University

34 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN School of Veterinary Medicine % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Country UG GR PR Total Argentina 1 1 Bangladesh 1 1 Brazil 1 1 Canada 3 3 Chile 1 1 China Colombia 2 2 Dominica 1 1 Ecuador 1 1 Egypt 5 5 France Greece 1 1 Grenada 1 1 Country UG GR PR Total India 2 2 Israel 1 1 Japan 1 1 Morocco 1 1 Nepal 1 1 Netherlands 1 1 Nicaragua 1 1 Singapore 1 1 South Korea 1 1 Spain 1 1 Taiwan 5 5 United Arab Emirates 1 1 Grand Total Purdue University

35 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN Exploratory Studies % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Country UG Total Australia 2 2 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 1 Democratic Republic of the Congo Brazil 2 2 Canada 3 3 China Colombia Ethiopia 1 1 Guatemala 5 5 Honduras 4 4 Hong Kong 4 4 Country UG Total India Indonesia 2 2 Jordan 2 2 Mexico 1 1 Panama 1 1 Papua New Guinea 1 1 Poland 1 1 Singapore 1 1 South Korea Taiwan 7 7 Turkey 2 2 Grand Total Purdue University

36 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN Interdisciplinary and Special Programs % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Country GR Total Bangladesh 1 1 Country GR Total Guyana 1 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 1 India Brazil 1 1 Malaysia 1 1 China Nepal 1 1 Colombia 3 3 Nigeria 2 2 Ecuador 1 1 South Korea 2 2 Ghana 1 1 Thailand 1 1 Grand Total Purdue University

37 COLLEGE ENROLLMENT BY PLACES OF ORIGIN Non-degree 4 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Country UG Total Australia 1 1 South Korea 3 3 Grand Total Purdue University

38 ENROLLMENT BY REGION Summary Africa East Asia and the Pacific Europe & Eurasia Country UG GR PR Total Africa Near East East Asia and the Pacific Europe & Eurasia South and Central Asia Near East South and Central Asia Western Hemisphere Grand Total Western Hemisphere Undergraduate Graduate Professional 38 Purdue University

39 ENROLLMENT BY REGION Africa Professional 1.2% Graduate 59.9% Undergraduate 38.9% Undergraduate 65 Graduate 100 Professional 2 Total 167 Country UG GR PR Total Angola Benin 1 1 Botswana 1 1 Burkina Faso Cameroon 2 2 Cote d'ivoire 1 1 Democratic Republic of the Congo Ethiopia Gambia 1 1 Ghana Kenya Malawi 2 2 Country UG GR PR Total Mauritius 1 1 Namibia 1 1 Niger 1 1 Nigeria Rwanda 7 7 Senegal 1 1 Seychelles 1 1 South Africa Tanzania 1 1 Uganda Zimbabwe 2 2 Grand Total Purdue University

40 ENROLLMENT BY REGION East Asia and the Pacific Professional 0.3% Graduate 42.6% Undergraduate 57.1% Undergraduate 2829 Graduate 2108 Professional 15 Total 4952 Country UG GR PR Total Australia Brunei 1 1 Burma Cambodia 1 1 China Hong Kong Indonesia Japan Macau 7 7 Malaysia Country UG GR PR Total Mongolia New Zealand Papua New Guinea 1 1 Philippines Singapore South Korea Taiwan Thailand Vietnam Grand Total Purdue University

41 ENROLLMENT BY REGION Professional 0% Europe and Eurasia Graduate 40% Undergraduate 60% Undergraduate 282 Graduate 190 Professional 1 Total 473 Country UG GR PR Total Austria 1 1 Azerbaijan 5 5 Belarus 1 1 Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria 2 2 Croatia 2 2 Cyprus Czechia Denmark 3 3 France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Country UG GR PR Total Lithuania 1 1 Moldova 1 1 Netherlands Norway 4 4 Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia 1 1 Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom Grand Total Purdue University

42 ENROLLMENT BY REGION Near East Graduate 62.1% Undergraduate 37.9% Undergraduate 136 Graduate 223 Professional 0 Total 359 Bahrain 2 2 Egypt Iran Iraq 1 1 Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya 1 1 Morocco Oman Palestinian Territories 1 1 Saudi Arabia Syria Tunisia United Arab Emirates Yemen Grand Total Purdue University

43 ENROLLMENT BY REGION South and Central Asia Professional 0.1% Graduate 56.5% Undergraduate 43.4% Undergraduate 975 Graduate 1271 Professional 2 Total 2248 Country UG GR PR Total Afghanistan 3 3 Bangladesh India Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan 1 1 Nepal Country UG GR PR Total Pakistan Sri Lanka Tajikistan 1 1 Turkmenistan 2 2 Uzbekistan 1 1 Grand Total Purdue University

44 ENROLLMENT BY REGION Western Hemisphere Professional 0.3% Graduate 49.5% Undergraduate 50.2% Undergraduate 370 Graduate 365 Professional 2 Total 737 Country UG GR PR Total Argentina Bahamas Bermuda 1 1 Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica Dominica 1 1 Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Grenada 1 1 Guatemala Country UG GR PR Total Guyana 2 2 Haiti 1 1 Honduras Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay St. Vincent and the Grenadines Peru St Lucia Trinidad and Tobago Uruguay 2 2 Venezuela Grand Total Purdue University

45 INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS Faculty, Researchers and Staff CIP Code Area Count 01 Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences Nature Resources and Conservation Architecture and Related Services 2 09 Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs 4 10 Communications Technologies / Technicians and Support Services Education Engineering Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 8 19 Family and Consumer Sciences / Human Sciences 6 23 English Language and Literature / Letters Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies, and Humanities 3 25 Library Science 5 26 Biological and Biomedical Sciences Mathematics and Statistics Multi / Interdisciplinary Studies 4 31 Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies 7 38 Philosophy and Religious Studies 8 40 Physical Sciences Science Technologies / Technicians 1 42 Psychology Social Sciences Construction Trades 2 47 Mechanic & Repair Technologies / Technicians 2 50 Visual and Performing Arts 7 51 Health Professions and Related Programs Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services History 6 TOTAL 1642 Note: Areas listed correspond to Institute of International Education (IIE) reporting guidelines. 45 Purdue University

46 INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS Faculty, Researchers and Staff by Places of Origin Country Count Afghanistan 3 Algeria 1 Argentina 4 Australia 10 Austria 3 Bangladesh 4 Belgium 1 Bolivia 1 Brazil 42 Bulgaria 1 Burkina Faso 1 Cambodia 1 Canada 32 Chile 2 China 740 Colombia 130 Costa Rica 1 Denmark 3 Ecuador 12 Egypt 14 El Salvador 3 Ethiopia 4 France 20 French Polynesia 1 Germany 34 Ghana 1 Greece 8 Country Count Guatemala 2 Haiti 1 Honduras 3 Hong Kong 2 Hungary 1 India 178 Indonesia 2 Iran 18 Ireland 4 Israel 1 Italy 61 Japan 27 Jordan 1 Kazakhstan 3 Kenya 2 Lebanon 2 Luxembourg 1 Malaysia 2 Mexico 14 Nepal 2 Netherlands 1 New Zealand 1 Nicaragua 1 Nigeria 1 Norway 1 Pakistan 19 Peru 9 Country Count Philippines 3 Poland 3 Portugal 2 Romania 3 Russia 12 Saint Lucia 1 Saudi Arabia 1 Senegal 1 Serbia 1 Slovakia 1 South Africa 1 South Korea 76 Spain 21 Sri Lanka 3 Sweden 1 Switzerland 3 Syria 2 Taiwan 17 Tajikistan 1 Thailand 4 Turkey 31 Uganda 2 Ukraine 2 United Kingdom 9 Venezuela 1 Vietnam 1 Zimbabwe 2 TOTAL Purdue University

47 SUMMARY Grand Totals EDUCATIONAL LEVEL COUNT Undergraduate Students 4657 Graduate Students 4257 Professional Students 22 Faculty, Researchers and Staff 1642 TOTAL 10, Purdue University

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