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1 Office for International Students & Scholars Statistical Report Office for International Students & Scholars 103 International Center East Lansing, Michigan (517) Fax (517) FALL 2005

2 Table of Contents Pg 3 Introduction International Student Population Pg 5 By Country and Level of Study: Fall 2005 Pg 9 By Country, Gender, and Level of Study: Academic Year Pg 13 By Country and Region (Regional Trends): Academic Years Pg 14 Africa Pg 16 Asia Pg 18 Europe Pg 20 Latin America Pg 22 Middle East Pg 23 Oceania Pg 24 North America Pg 25 By College, Major, and Level of Study: Academic Year Pg 32 Enrollment: Fall Fall 2005 International Scholar Population Pg 34 By Country: Office for International Students and Scholars 103 International Center East Lansing, MI Ph Fx OISS: Page 2

3 International Scholar Population by Country: Letter from the Director Country Total % Total Algeria 1 0.1% Argentina 4 0.3% Armenia 1 0.1% Australia % Austria 1 0.1% Bangladesh 3 0.2% Belarus 1 0.1% Belgium 5 0.4% Bosnia & Herzegovina 1 0.1% Brazil % Cameroon 3 0.2% Canada % Chile 5 0.4% China % Colombia % Costa Rica 2 0.2% Croatia 1 0.1% Cyprus 1 0.1% Czech Republic 4 0.3% Denmark 3 0.2% Ecuador 1 0.1% Egypt 8 0.7% Ethiopia 1 0.1% Finland 2 0.2% France % Georgia 4 0.3% Germany % Ghana 1 0.1% Greece 8 0.7% Guatemala 2 0.2% Hong Kong 3 0.2% Hungary 5 0.4% India % Indonesia 7 0.6% Iran 7 0.6% Ireland 2 0.2% Israel 7 0.6% Italy % Japan % Jordan 1 0.1% Kenya 2 0.2% Korea % Latvia 5 0.4% Lebanon 1 0.1% Malaysia 1 0.1% Mali 2 0.2% Mauritius 1 0.1% Mexico % Moldova 1 0.1% Morocco 1 0.1% Mozambique 1 0.1% Country Total % Total Nepal 2 0.2% Netherlands 9 0.7% New Zealand 3 0.2% Niger 2 0.2% Nigeria 4 0.3% Norway 2 0.2% Pakistan 7 0.6% Paraguay 1 0.1% Peru 4 0.3% Philippines 7 0.6% Poland % Portugal 2 0.2% Romania % Russia % Rwanda 1 0.1% Saudi Arabia 3 0.2% Senegal 2 0.2% Serbia & Montenegro 1 0.1% Singapore 3 0.2% Slovak Republic 3 0.2% Slovenia 1 0.1% South Africa 5 0.4% Spain % Sri Lanka 2 0.2% Sweden 2 0.2% Switzerland 5 0.4% Syria 2 0.2% Taiwan % Tanzania 1 0.1% Thailand 7 0.6% Turkey % Uganda 1 0.1% Ukraine 7 0.6% United Kingdom % Uzbekistan 1 0.1% Venezuela 4 0.3% Vietnam 6 0.5% Yugoslavia, Former 1 0.1% Zimbabwe 4 0.3% Total 1221 Total Scholars: 1221 Number of Countries represented: 90 Dear Colleague, I am pleased to present you with this statistical report on international students and scholars at Michigan State University. The Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) is responsible for serving MSU s international community and prepares this data annually. Below are some observations about this year s enrollments and annual highlights from the OISS. 1. Enrollment numbers: There was an overall 0.7% decrease in the number of international students from 3,315 in Fall 2004 to 3,293 in Fall The enrollment of international graduate students decreased by 2.8%. International graduate students consist of 39.6% of the total number of MSU graduate students. This drop is commensurate with the decline in funding for assistantships. The number of undergraduate international students increased by 5.1% from 990 to 1,014. International students are 3.3% of MSU s undergraduate enrollment. In Fall 2005, international students represented 7.3% of all MSU students. 2. Sending countries: Asia sends the most international students to MSU. More than 50% of MSU s international students come from five countries: Korea (751), China (527), India (353), Taiwan (174), and Japan (136). The numbers from four of our five top markets were down: Japan by 31, China by 16, India by 18, Korea by 8. Among the top five, only the numbers from Taiwan increased. In academic year 2005, there was a significant increase of 16.8% in the number of undergraduate students from Korea from There was an increase of 14.3% in the number of students from Canada from 151 in academic year 2004 to 176 in In Fall 2005, students came from 127 countries compared to 126 in Fall The Colleges of Business (638), Natural Science (574), Engineering (519), and Arts and Letters (418) enroll the largest number of international students. 4. The number of visiting scholars this past year was 1221, representing 90 countries. 5. MSU s international students and scholars contributed more than $90 million to the economy of greater Lansing, according to the Institute of International Education s formula for calculating the economic impact of international students. OISS also devotes time to educational outreach and programming aimed at making international students and scholars feel welcome on campus and in the community. Below are some highlights of the past year: More than 800 new international students enrolled at MSU in Fall The fall orientation program was a great success in making them feel welcome and to quickly integrate them into the life of the campus. In September, OISS, the Kiwanis Club of East Lansing and Community Volunteers for International Programs (CVIP) hosted a second annual special reception for international students that featured remarks from President Lou Anna K. Simon. This event brought together local government officials and members of the business community who affirmed their commitment to making international students feel valued and welcome in the Lansing area. Page 34 Page 3

4 The International Students Association (ISA) joined many others in the campus community by marching in MSU s Sesquicentennial Parade. The OISS worked closely with the ISA this past year and are pleased to observe their hard earned success. There is now better formal representation of international students at all levels of student government. The third annual International Student Essay Contest enabled international students to write about their experiences on our campus and in our community. This provided the students a chance to reflect on their lives at MSU and in the US. It also gave the rest of the campus a chance to learn from the experiences of some of the most global members of our community. You can read the winning entries at oiss. Community Volunteers for International Programs (CVIP) and the MSU Union collaborated to present the 19 th annual Global Festival during International Education Week in November. Students from many countries shared their culture with more than 4,000 members of the community during Global Fest this year. Other CVIP programs such as the Speaker s Bureau, the Lending Center, the Friendship Family program, the Supper Club, and the Scholarship program operated over the past year. The weekly International Coffee Hour continues to be a popular tradition for gathering, conversation, and the opportunity to make friends from around the world. An average of 100 students and scholars attend the Friday afternoon event. This year several MSU departments and units have sponsored coffee hour. This sponsorship provides them with the opportunity to showcase their programs and to reach out to the international community on campus. International Scholar Population By Country During the year, the OISS Emergency Tuition program allocated approximately $143,000 to more than 100 international students who demonstrated financial need. The Sponsored Student Program assisted 176 students who are in the U.S. with special support from government agencies or sponsoring organizations. These sponsors include the Institute of International Education (IIE), the Latin American Program for American Universities (LASPAU), the America-Mideast Educational and Training Services (AMIDEAST), the governments of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan. OISS conducted a variety of programs on topics of special interest to international students. These topics included information on employment regulations, tips for academic success, travel advisories, and immigration issues. All these activities, we believe, have helped to make MSU a welcoming and comfortable place for international students to pursue their academic goals. It is a privilege for our staff to serve the international community. In the pages that follow, you will find a wealth of statistical information on the international student and scholar population at MSU. This publication was compiled and organized by Ravi Ammigan, International Advisor in OISS. Special thanks go to Lucille Wright and Nancy Rademacher for their assistance in preparing this data (July 01 - June 30) Peter Briggs Director Page 4

5 International Student Enrollment: Fall Fall 2005 Year Undergrad* Masters* Doctoral Grad Prof* Total Int l % of Total MSU * Undergrad include Nondegree Lifelong Undergraduates, Agricultural Technology, and English Language Masters include Nondegree Lifelong Graduate Grad Prof include Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Human Medicine International Student Enrollment Trendline: Fall Fall 2005 International Student Population By Country and Level of Study Fall Semester 2005 Page 32

6 International Students by Country and Level of Study - Fall 2005 Country MSU Int l Population Underg Grad NonDeg* Total % MSU Int l Albania % Angola % Antigua and Barbuda % Argentina % Armenia % Aruba % Australia % Austria % Bahamas % Bangladesh % Barbados % Belarus % Belgium % Belize % Benin % Bolivia % Botswana % Brazil % Bulgaria % Burma (Myanmar) % Cameroon % Canada % Chad % Chile % China % Colombia % Costa Rica % Cote D Ivoire % Cyprus % Czech Republic % Dominican Republic % Ecuador % Egypt % El Salvador % Eritrea % Ethiopia % Finland % France % Gambia, The % Georgia % Germany % Ghana % Greece % Guatemala % Honduras % Hong Kong % Hungary % India % Indonesia % Iran % Iraq % Ireland % Israel % Italy % Jamaica % International Student Enrollment Comparative Data Page 6

7 International Students by College, Major, and Level: Academic Year International Students by Country and Level of Study - Fall 2005 College/Major Level of Study Undergrad Grad Nondeg* Total* % MSU Int l Social Science (continued) Political Science % Psychology % Public Administration % Soc Sci-Industrial Rel Hum Res % Social Science-Social Work % Social Work % Sociology % Sociology-Urban Studies % Urban and Regional Planning % Total % Veterinary Medicine Comparative Med & Integr Biol % Food Safety % Large Animal Clinical Sciences % Microbiology % Pathology % Pharmacology and Toxicology % Physiology % Preveterinary % Small Animal Clinical Sciences % Veterinary Medicine % Veterinary Medicine Post Doc % Veterinary Technology % Total % Lifelong Education High School Guest % Lifelong Education % Teaching Cert Internship Year % Total % Undecided No Preference % Total % * NonDegree includes Lifelong Undergraduate, Lifelong Graduate, Agricultural Technology, English Language, Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Human Medicine. International Students by College Enrollment Trend College % Change 01 % Change 04 Agriculture & Natural Resources % -4.6% Arts & Letters % 10.6% Business % 3.6% Communication Arts % -13.6% Education % 1.3% Engineering % -5.6% Human Ecology % -1.2% Human Medicine % 30.8% James Madison % 9.1% Lifelong Education % 3.3% MSU Law Lifelong Natural Science % -3.4% Nursing % 40.0% Osteopathic Medicine % -12.5% Social Science % 0.0% Undecided % 6.8% Veterinary Medicine % 14.3% % -0.2% Underg Grad NonDeg* Total % MSU Int l Japan % Jordan % Kazakhstan % Kenya % Kiribati % Korea, Republic of % Kuwait % Kyrgyzstan % Latvia % Lebanon % Lithuania % Macau % Madagascar % Malawi % Malaysia % Mali % Mauritius % Mexico % Moldova % Morocco % Mozambique % Namibia % Nauru % Nepal % Netherlands % New Zealand % Nigeria % Oman % Pakistan % Panama % Paraguay % Peru % Philippines % Poland % Portugal % Qatar % Romania % Russia % Rwanda % Saint Lucia % Saudi Arabia % Senegal % Serbia and Montenegro % Sierra Leone % Singapore % Slovak Republic % Slovenia % South Africa % Spain % Sri Lanka % Sudan % Sweden % Switzerland % Syria % Taiwan % Page 30 Page 7

8 International Students by Country and Level of Study - Fall 2005 International Students by College, Major, and Level: Academic Year Undergraduate Total: 1040 Graduate Total: 1957 NonDegree* Total: 296 Total Int l Students: 3293 Total Countries represented: 127 Underg Grad NonDeg* Total % MSU Int l Tanzania % Thailand % Trinidad and Tobago % Tunisia % Turkey % Turkmenistan % Uganda % Ukraine % United Arab Emirates % United Kingdom % Uruguay % Uzbekistan % Venezuela % Vietnam % West Bank % Zambia % Zimbabwe % TOTAL * NonDegree includes Lifelong Undergraduate, Lifelong Graduate, Agricultural Technology, English Language, Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Human Medicine. College/Major Level of Study Undergrad Grad Nondeg* Total* % MSU Int l Natural Science (continued) % Environ Biology/Microbiology % Genetics % Geological Sciences % Human Biology % Industrial Mathematics % Industrial Microbiology % Lyman Briggs Sch-No Coord Maj % LBS Biochemistry % LBS Human Biology % LBS Zoology % Mathematics % Mathematics Education % Medical Technology % Microbiol & Molecular Genetics % Microbiology % Natural Science-No Preference % Neuroscience % Physics % Physiology % Plant Biology % Predental % Premedical % Statistics % Zoology % Zoology-Envir Toxicology % Total % Nursing Nursing % Prenursing % Total % Osteopathic Medicine Osteop Med - Dual Degree MSTP % Osteopathic Medicine % Osteopathic Medicine Post Doc % Pharmacology & Toxicology % Total % Social Science Anthropology % Clinical Social Work % Criminal Justice % Economics % Forensic Science % Geographic Information Science % Geography % Inter Stdy Soc Sci:Global Appl % Intr Stdy S S-Public Plcy Stdy % Intr Stdy Soc Sci-Cmty Rel % Intr Stdy Soc Sci-Hm Res Scty % Intr Stdy Soc Sci-Human Aging % Intr Stdy Soc Sci-Intl Studies % Labor Relations & Human Res % Landscape Architecture % Organizational & Cmty Practice % Page 8 Page 29

9 International Students by College, Major, and Level: Academic Year College/Major Level of Study Undergrad Grad Nondeg* Total* % MSU Int l Engineering (continued) Engineering Arts % Engineering Mechanics % Environmental Engineering % Materials Sci and Engineering % Mechanical Engineering % Total % Human Ecology Apparel and Textile Design % Child Development % Community Services % Dietetics % Family and Child Ecology % Family Community Services % Family Studies % Human Environment:Design & Mgt % Human Nutrition % Interior Design % Interior Design&Facilities Mgt % Marriage & Family Therapy % Merchandising Management % Nutritional Sciences % Youth Development % Total % Human Medicine Biochemistry & Molecular Biol % Bioethics, Humanities & Society % Epidemiology % Human Medicine % Human Medicine Post Doctoral % Pharmacology and Toxicology % Physiology % Total % 0.00% James Madison 0.00% International Relations % James Madison - No Major % Total % Natural Science Applied Mathematics % Applied Statistics % Astrophysics % Astrophysics and Astronomy % Biochem&Molecular Biol/Biotech % Biochem&Molecular Biol/Env Tox % Biochemistry & Molecular Biol % Biomedical Lab Operations % Cell and Molecular Biology % Chemical Physics % Chemistry % Chemistry-Envir Toxicology % Clinical Laboratory Sciences % Computational Mathematics % Entomology % International Student Population By Country, Gender, and Level of Study Academic Year (Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Summer 2005) Page 28

10 Page 10 International Students: Enrollment by Country, Gender, and Level of Study Academic Year Country Undergraduate Graduate Non-Degree* Female Male STotal Female Male STotal Female Male STotal Total Afghanistan Albania Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bolivia Bosnia- Hercegovina Botswana Brazil Bulgaria Burkina Burma (Myanmar) Cambodia Cameroon Canada Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cote D Ivoire Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Finland France Gabon Georgia International Students by College, Major, and Level: Academic Year College/Major Level of Study Undergrad Grad Nondeg* Total* % MSU Int l Business Accounting % Business Administration % Economics % Finance % Foodservice Management % General Business Admin-Prelaw % General Management % Hospitality Business % Human Resource Management % Integrative Management % Logistics % Marketing % Operations and Sourcing Mgt % Professional Accounting % Strategic Management % Supply Chain Management % Total % Communication Arts Advertising % Audiology and Speech Sciences % Comm Arts & Sci-Mass Media % Communication % Journalism % Public Relations % Telecomm, Info Studies & Media % Total % Education Counseling % Counseling Psychology % Curric Teaching & Ed Policy % Curriculum and Teaching % Education % Educational Policy % Educational Psychology % Educational Technology % Higher, Adult, & Lifelong Educ % K-12 Ed Administration % Kinesiology % Learning, Technology & Culture % Literacy Instruction % Measurement& Quantitative Meth % Rehabilitation Counselor Educ % School Psychology % Student Affairs Administration % Total % Engineering Applied Engineering Sciences % Chemical Engineering % Civil Engineering % Computer Engineering % Computer Science % Electrical Engineering % Engineering - No Preference % Page 27

11 International Students by College, Major, and Level: Academic Year College/Major Level of Study Undergrad Grad Nondeg* Total* % MSU Int l Agriculture & Natural Resources Agribusiness Management % Agricultural & Extension Ed % Agricultural Economics % Animal Sci-Envir Toxicology % Animal Science % Biosystems Engineering % Building Construction Mgt % Comm, Ag, Rec & Res Studies % Crop and Soil Sciences % Crop&Soil Sci-Envir Toxicology % Entomology % Environmental Economics&Policy % Fisheries and Wildlife % Food Industry Management % Food Science % Food Science-Envir Toxicology % Forestry % Horticulture % Packaging % Park, Recreation & Tourism Res % Plant Breed & Genetics-Pl Biol % Plant Breeding & Genetics-CSS % Plant Breeding & Genetics-For % Plant Breeding & Genetics-Hrt % Plant Pathology % Resource Dev - Urban Studies % Resource Dev-Envir Toxicology % Resource Development % Turfgrass Management % Total % Arts & Letters Adult Language Learning % African American & African Std % American Studies % Applied Spanish Linguistics % English % English Language Center % French, Language & Literature % German Studies % Hispanic Cultural Studies % Hispanic Literatures % History % Humanities-Prelaw % Language Program % Linguistics % Music % Music Composition % Music Conducting % Music Education % Music Performance % Music Therapy % Philosophy % Studio Art % Tch Eng to Speakers Other Lang % Total % International Students: Enrollment by Country, Gender, and Level of Study Academic Year Country Undergraduate Graduate Non-Degree* Female Male STotal Female Male STotal Female Male STotal Total Germany Ghana Greece Guatemala Guinea Honduras Hong Kong Hungary India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Korea, Republic of Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lebanon Lithuania Macau Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Mali Mauritius Mexico Moldova Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Page 26 Page 11

12 International Students: Enrollment by Country, Gender, and Level of Study Academic Year Country Undergraduate Graduate Non-Degree* Female Male STotal Female Male STotal Female Male STotal Total Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda Saint Lucia Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia and Montenegro Sierra Leone Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tanzania Thailand Togo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam West Bank Zambia Zimbabwe TOTAL International Student Enrollment Academic Profile Academic Year (Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Summer 2005) * NonDegree includes Lifelong Undergraduate, Lifelong Graduate, Agricultural Technology, English Language, Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Human Medicine. Page 12

13 International Students by Country of Origin: NORTH AMERICA Fall 05 North America Canada International Student Population By Country and Region International Students by Regional Population Trend Fall 05 % Change 01 % Change 04 Africa % -8.5% Asia % 1.2% Europe % -6.1% Latin America % -1.7% Middle East % -8.8% North America % 14.3% Oceania % 0.0% % -0.2% Regional Trends Academic Years Page 24

14 International Students by Country of Origin: AFRICA International Students by Country of Origin in : OCEANIA Fall 05 East Africa Burundi Eritrea Ethiopia Kenya Madagascar Malawi Mauritius Mozambique Rwanda Tanzania Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Central Angola Cameroon Chad Gabon Ghana Zaire (Congo) North Algeria Egypt Morocco Sudan Tunisia South Botswana Namibia South Africa Swaziland West Benin Burkina Faso Cote D Ivoire Gambia Guinea Mali Niger Nigeria Senegal Sierra Leone Togo Fall 05 Oceania Australia Kiribati Nauru New Zealand Page 14 Page 23

15 International Students by Country of Origin in : MIDDLE EAST International Students by Country of Origin in : AFRICA Fall 05 Middle East Afghanistan Bahrain Cyprus Iran Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria Turkey United Arab Emirates West Bank Yemen Represented at MSU: Represented in the U.S.: Represented at MSU: Represented in the U.S.: Turkey Saudi Arabia Iran Jordan Kuwait Turkey Israel Saudi Arabia Iran Lebanon Kenya Nigeria Ghana Zimbabwe Egypt Kenya Nigeria Ghana South Africa Zimbabwe Page 22 Page 15

16 International Students by Country of Origin: ASIA International Students by Country of Origin: LATIN AMERICA Fall 05 East Asia China Hong Kong Japan Korea, Republic of Macau Taiwan South & Central Bangladesh Bhutan India Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Nepal Pakistan Sri Lanka Tajikistan Turkmenistan Uzbekistan South East Burma (Myanmar) Indonesia Kampuchea (Cambodia) Laos Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Represented at MSU: Mexico Brazil Argentina Peru Venezuela Represented in the U.S.: Mexico Columbia Brazil Venezuela Jamaica Page 16 Page 21

17 International Students by Country of Origin: LATIN AMERICA International Students by Country of Origin in : ASIA Fall 05 Caribbean Antigua and Barbuda Aruba Bahamas Barbados Cayman Islands Cuba Dominican Republic Haiti Jamaica Netherlands Antilles Saint Lucia Trinidad and Tobago Central America Belize Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Mexico Nicaragua Panama South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela Represented at MSU: Korea, Republic of China India Japan Taiwan Represented in the U.S.: India China Korea, Republic of Japan Taiwan Page 20 Page 17

18 International Students by Country of Origin: EUROPE International Students by Country of Origin in : EUROPE Fall 05 Eastern Europe Albania Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia-Hercegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Estonia Georgia Hungary Latvia Macedonia Moldova Poland Romania Russia Serbia and Montenegro Slovak Republic Slovenia Ukraine Yugoslavia, Former Western Europe Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Iceland Ireland Italy Lithuania Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Represented at MSU: Germany Russia United Kingdom France Romania Represented in the U.S.: Germany United Kingdom France Russia Bulgaria Page 18 Page 19

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