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1 Annual International Enrollment Report Fall 27

2 Staff Dr. Jaime Ortiz Anita Gaines Jin Zhang Stefan Johnsson Vice Provost, UH Global Director, International Student and Scholar Services Associate Director SEVIS Compliance Senior Coordinator Ida Thompson International Student Counselor 2 Grace Semple-Paul International Student Counselor 2 Jason Scherzer International Student Counselor 2 Dale Hamilton International Friendship Program Coordinator 2 Emily Estill Records Associate 2 Jackeice Chambers Records Associate 2 Gina McCready Records Associate 2 Juanette Davis Program Manager 2 Roopa Rajala Lalitha Kalidindi Instructional Assistant Instructional Assistant Report compiled by: Stefan Johnsson The University of Houston is the doctoral degree-granting and largest university of the University of Houston System, a public system of higher education that includes three other universities (UH-Clear Lake, UH-Downtown, and UH- Victoria).

3 Table of Contents I. Mission Statement and Definitions Used in this Report 2 II. Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) Report 3-4 III. Fall 27 Enrollment Summary 5 - IV. Profile of First Time Enrolled Non-Immigrants 2 V. Non-Immigrants Living On-Campus 3-4 VI. Distribution by Level of Study 5 VII. Enrollment of Immigrant vs. Non-Immigrant by College 6-8 VIII. Non - Immigrant Enrollment by College 9-33 IX. Distribution by Geographic Region 34-4 X. Top 25 Sending Countries to the U.S. by Enrollment and CIP Code 4-43 XI. F- Employment Statistics: Optional Practical Training (OPT) XII. Exchange Visitor Program Summary XIII. Language and Culture Center Enrollment 5

4 Mission Statement International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) advances the goals of UH Global by providing for the special needs of international students and exchange visitors related to their status as non-immigrants of the United States. It fulfills the University of Houston's responsibility to comply with the laws and regulations of the U.S. government and promotes internationalization through comprehensive services and programs. Definitions Used in this Report Non Immigrant An individual authorized to reside in the United States temporarily. Immigrant An individual authorized to reside in the United States permanently. UG Undergraduate Students PB Post-Baccaluareate Students G Graduate Students P Professional Students (Law, Optometry, and Pharmacy) Selected Visa Categories A-/A-2 Employees of foreign governments on official business and their dependents E-/E-2 Treaty trader/investor F- Student VISA designated for full course of academic study or language training F-2 Dependent of F- G-(-5) Representatives of international organizations H-B Individual temporarily in the U.S. to perform services in a specialty occupation H-4 Dependent of H-B I Representatives of foreign media, spouse J- Student, Professor, Research Scholar, Short-term Scholar or Specialist J-2 Dependent of J- K- Fiancé(e) of U.S. citizen L- Intracompany Transferee L-2 Dependent of L- O- Worker of extraordinary ability TN Trade NAFTA professionals from Canada and Mexico TD Dependent of TN TPS Temporary Protected Status 2

5 What is SEVIS? Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) Report The Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) is a U.S. government internet-based system that tracks current information on non-immigrant students (F and M visas), exchange visitors (J visa), and their dependents (F-2, M-2, and J-2). SEVIS allows schools and program sponsors to transmit electronic information and event notifications via the internet to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Department of State (DOS) throughout the student s/exchange visitor s stay in the United States. SEVIS reflects changes in international student or exchange visitor status, admission at the Port of Entry (POE), changes of address, changes in program of study, employment authorizations, and other events. Immigration forms I-2 (F visas) and DS-29 (J visas) are also issued through SEVIS. The International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) was responsible for maintaining records in SEVIS for students, scholars, faculty, and dependents for the Fall 27 semester that totals 6,3. F- J-2 (3(264) 355 4% F- OP 424 F-2 ( J- (52 52 J- (52) 8% J-2 ( total 63 F-2 (326) 6% F- (3,55) 58% F- OPT (,424) 24% 3

6 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) Report Type F- 2,437 2,627 2,798 2,99 3, 3,35 3,55 3,685 3,6 3,55 68.% 68.% 62.3% 58.6% 64.% 64.5% 64.9% 6.9% 59.5% 58.3% F- OPT , ,,288, % 8.3% 5.2% 2.4% 2.3% 7.% 4.9% 8.5% 2.2% 23.6% F % 3.8% 4.% 4.% 3.5% 2.7% 5.% 5.% 5.2% 5.4% J % 7.6% 4.9% 2.7% 7.9% 2.9%.4% 9.9% 9.% 8.3% J % 2.2% 3.5% 3.3% 4.2% 2.9% 4.6% 4.7% 4.9% 4.4% 3,579 3,858 4,49 4,977 4,837 5,37 5,43 5,95 6,64 6,3 Annual Change in Active Records F- 4.2% 7.8% 6.5% 4.3% 6.2% 6.9% 6.% 4.8% -2.% -2.7% F- OPT 42.8% 7.% -3.3% 55.6% -7.7% -.3% -7.% 36.% 7.%.6% F-2 3.4% -3.% 23.%.% -5.9% -7.8% 97.% 8.4% 6.7% 2.8% J- 4.7%.7% 28.2% -6.% -39.2% 73.4% -5.% 4.% -6.3% -8.7% J-2 3.9% 7.8% 89.2% 3.8% 24.5% -27.% 69.6% 2.4% 5.7% -.4%.% 7.8% 6.4%.8% -2.8% 6.2% 5.4% 9.9%.9% -.5% 7 Year Chart for Total Active Records in SEVIS F F- OPT F J J Total F- F- OPT F-2 J- J-2 4

7 University of Houston Fall 27 Enrollment Summary Student Population 26 Total 27 Total Growth % Non-Immigrant 3,98 3, Immigrant 3,596 3, U.S. Citizen 36,23 37, Total 43,779 45, Fall 27 Student Enrollment by Percentage Non-Immigrant Immigrant U.S. Citizen Total 3,843 3,858 37,665 45, % 8.5% 83.% % Fall 27 Student Enrollment Non-Immigrant 8.5% U.S. Citizen 83.% Immigrant 8.5% Non-Immigrants with UH Affiliation Selected Categories Non-Immigrant Students Enrolled at UH F- Alumni on Optional Practical Training (OPT) J- Exchange Visitor Program Participants (not enrolled) F-2 Dependents J-2 Dependents Language and Culture Center Students (ESL) Grand Total Non-immigrants with UH Affiliation Total Countries Represented Among all Categories Non-Immigrants 3,843, , Total Languages Spoken: 37* * Languages spoken are an estimated count based on the predominant language(s) of the origin countries for non-immigrants and immigrants. 5

8 Enrollment Summary - Continued Population U.S. Citizen 36,27 3,975 32,699 33,662 34,385 33,4 34,83 35,557 36,23 37, % 83.7% 84.4% 84.5% 84.4% 83.7% 83.5% 83.3% 82.7% 83.% Immigrant 3,2 2,99 2,8 2,82 2,84 2,778 2,823 3,4 3,596 3,858 7.% 8.% 7.3% 7.% 7.% 7.% 6.9% 7.% 8.2% 8.5% Non-Immigrant 2,88 3,34 3,242 3,343 3,52 3,649 3,897 4,72 3,98 3, % 8.2% 8.4% 8.4% 8.6% 9.2% 9.6% 9.5% 9.% 8.5% Total: 42,9 37, 38,752 39,87 4,746 39,468 4,83 42,67 43,779 45,366 Annual Change of Enrollment U.S. Citizen 24.% -4.3% 5.6% 2.9% 2.% -3.9% 3.2% 4.3%.8% 4.% Immigrant 5.7% -.4% -6.%.%.% -2.2%.6% 7.7% 8.3% 7.3% Non-Immigrant 6.9% 5.3% 6.9% 3.% 5.3% 3.7% 6.8% 4.5% -2.3% -3.4% Total: 2.2% -.9% 4.7% 2.7% 2.3% -3.% 3.4% 4.6% 2.6% 3.6% Enrollment Summary 4, 4,5 35, 3, 25, 2, 5,, 5, 4, 3,5 3, 2,5 2,,5, U.S. Citizen Immigrant Non-Immigrant Non-Immigrant Student Retention Rate:* Graduate Undergraduate Graduated,973 2, Active,529,497,7,9 Suspended/Discontinued Total and Retention Rate 3,893 9.% 4,84 9.6% 2,6 74.6% 2,96 76.% *Information pulled from Summer 22 until Spring 27. Retention rate includes graduated and active students. 6

9 Non-Immigrant Enrollment by Country and Level of Study: Fall 27 Country UG PB G P Total Country UG PB G P Total Afghanistan Korea, Republic of Albania 2 67 Kuwait Algeria Lebanon Angola Libya 5 Argentina Lithuania Armenia 2 7 Macau 7 Australia Malawi 8 Austria Malaysia Azerbaijan Mali 2 2 Bahamas Malta Bahrain Mexico Bangladesh Moldova, Republic of Barbados 78 Mongolia Belarus 79 Morocco Belgium 2 8 Mozambique 6 Belize Nepal Benin 82 Netherlands Bolivia 2 83 New Zealand Bosnia and Herzegovina 84 Nicaragua 2 Brazil Niger 2 Bulgaria Nigeria Burkina Faso 87 Norway Cambodia 88 Oman Cameroon Pakistan Canada Panama Cape Verde 9 Peru Chad 92 Philippines Chile Poland China Portugal Colombia Qatar Congo Romania Congo, Democratic Rep. of 97 Russia Cote D'Ivoire Saint Kitts and Nevis 34 Croatia 2 99 Saint Lucia 35 Czech Republic 2 2 Saudi Arabia Denmark Serbia 3 37 Dominican Republic 2 Singapore Ecuador Slovakia 39 Egypt Slovenia 4 El Salvador South Africa Equatorial Guinea 6 Spain Estonia 7 Sri Lanka Ethiopia Sudan Finland 9 Sweden 45 France Switzerland Gabon 6 6 Syria Germany Taiwan Ghana Tajikistan 49 Greece Tanzania Guatemala 2 5 Thailand Honduras Trinidad and Tobago Hong Kong Tunisia Hungary 8 Turkey India Turkmenistan 55 Indonesia Uganda Iran Ukraine Iraq United Arab Emirates Ireland 23 United Kingdom Israel Uruguay 6 Italy Venezuela Jamaica Vietnam Japan Yemen Jordan Zambia 64 Kazakhstan Zimbabwe Kenya 5 7 Non-Immigrant Enrollment Grand Total, , ,843 Total Countries Represented by Non-Immigrant Enrollment 29 7

10 Immigrant Enrollment by Country and Level of Study: Fall 27 Country UG PB G P Total Country UG PB G P Total Albania Korea, Republic of Algeria Kuwait 3 Angola Lebanon Argentina Liberia Australia 68 Malaysia Austria 2 69 Mali 7 Azerbaijian Mexico Afghanistan Moldova Bangladesh Mongolia Belarus 73 Morocco 5 6 Belgium Myanmar Belize Nepal Bolivia Netherlands Bhutan 77 Netherlands Antilles 5 Botswana 78 Nicaragua Brazil Niger 7 Bulgaria 8 Nigeria Burkina Faso Norway Burundi 82 Pakistan Cambodia Panama Cameroon 2 84 Peru Canada Philippines Cyprus 86 Poland 2 24 Chile Portugal China Qatar 26 Colombia Romania Congo 9 Russia Congo, Democratic Rep. of Saint Kitts and Nevis 29 Costa Rica Saint Lucia 3 Croatia 93 Saudi Arabia Cuba Senegal Denmark 2 95 Serbia 33 Dominica Sierra Leone Dominican Republic Singapore Ecuador Slovakia 2 36 Egypt St. Vincent and the Grenadines 37 El Salvador 6 8 South Africa Eritrea 3 5 Spain Ethiopia Sri Lanka France Sudan Czech Republic 4 Suriname 42 Germany 2 5 Sweden Ghana Switzerland Guatemala Syria Guinea 8 Taiwan Guyana Tanzania Greece Thailand Honduras Togo 49 Hong Kong Trinidad and Tobago 9 5 Hungary 3 Tunisia India Turkey Indonesia 5 Uzbekistan Iran Ukraine Iraq United Arab Emirates Ireland United Kingdom Israel Uruguay Italy Venezuela Cote D'Ivoire Vietnam Jamaica Zambia Japan Zimbabwe Jordan 9 24 Yemen 2 62 Kazakhstan Kenya Unknown Immigrant Enrollment Grand Total 3, ,858 Total Countries Represented by Immigrant Enrollment 24 8

11 By Non-Immigrant Visa Categories Fall 27 Non-Immigrant Enrollment Visa Categories Visa Growth Full-Time Student F- 3,6 3,55-2.7% Temporary Worker in Specialty Occupation H-B % Dependent of H-B H % Exchange Visitor (Student) J % Dependent of J- (Studying at UH) J % Intra-Company Transferee L % Dependent of L- L % Permanent Residency Pending PRP % Other Visa Types: (A, E, G, K, TD, TN, TPS, etc.) % Total Non-Immigrants 3,98 3, % Top Countries of Origin L-2 PRP L-.2%.% Rank Country Growth F-.3% 355 India % H-BJ China % H-4.% 83 F- 3 Vietnam % J % J- 4 Nigeria % J-2.9% 3 5 Iran % L-3 6 Saudi Arabia % L-2 48 Other 7 Korea, Rep. of % PRP 8.5% 43 8 Pakistan % Other 7 9 Mexico % Venezuela % Visa Categories by Percent H-4 2.2% Other.8% H-B.9% Degrees Awarded: Non-Immigrants* Level Awarded Percentage Bachelors Masters Doctoral Totals 93. *Includes degrees for Spring, Summer, and Fall U.S. Degrees Awarded 8558 Non-Immigra 93 U.S. Citizens, Immigrants, etc. Non-Immigrants 2.2% 87.8% 9

12 Ten Year Non-Immigrant Student Enrollment at UH Year Total 2,88 3,34 3,242 3,343 3,52 Year Total 23 3, , , , ,843 Ten Year Enrollment Trends Top 2 Countries By Enrollment In Past Eight Years Countries India China Vietnam Nigeria Iran Saudi Arabia Korea, Rep. of Pakistan Mexico Venezuela Taiwan 4,5 4, 3,5 3, 2,5 2,,5, Year Rank* Canada Nepal Bangladesh Brazil Colombia Angola Peru Turkey United Kingdom *Rank refers to a country's position for the amount of students compared to the prior year.

13 By Gender Gender UG G Total Female ,634 Male 89,39 2,29 Grand Total,57 2,272 3,843 By Age Enrolled Non-Immigrant Count 2,,5, 5 Non-Immigrant Enrollment Compositions: Fall 27* years years, years years years years 2-23 years years 3-39 years 4+ years By New/Continuing Enrollment Total Enrollment Undergraduate Enrollment Graduate Enrollment, % 652 Gender 42.5% 74 Female Male 27.9% 24.8 % 3. % 72.% 75.2 % 69.9 % Continuing New/Transfer Continuing New/Transfer Continuing New/transfer Degree Level Continuing New/Transfer Total Undergraduate,82 389,57 Graduate, ,272 Grand Total 2,769,74 3,843 By Marital Status Marital Status Total Percentage Married Single 2, Unknown, Grand Total 3,843.% 27.% *For the purposes of this report, post-baccalaureate programs are included in undergraduate totals. Professional programs are included in graduate totals. 7.9% 65.% Married Single Unknown

14 Newly Admitted/Transfer Non-Immigrants: Fall 27 By Level: Change Undergraduate % Graduate % Total:,92,22,254,47,74-6.4% By College: Change Architecture and Design Arts Business Education Engineering Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Nursing Optometry Pharmacy Social Work Technology Exploratory Studies* *Exploratory Studies is a preparatory major designed for undeclared students. By Geographical Region Africa Asia Europe Latin America Middle East North America Oceania % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Change % % % % % % % First Time Non-Immigrant Enrollment by College for Fall 27 Hotel and Restaurant Management 7.3% Law 2.4% Liberal Arts and Social Sciences 7.4% Natural Sciences and Mathematics 8.2% Nursing.3% Optometry.7% Pharmacy.9% Social Work.7% Engineering 3.8% Education 2.6% Business.5% Arts 2.5% Architecture and Design 2.2% Technology 7.7% Exploratory Studies* 2.9% 2

15 By Country Country UG G Total Country UG G Total Algeria 2 Japan 3 3 Angola 4 4 Jordan Argentina 2 2 Kazakhstan Armenia Kenya Australia Korea, Rep. of 9 2 Bahamas 3 3 Lebanon 2 2 Bangladesh Malaysia Belgium Mexico 4 5 Belize Morocco 2 2 Brazil 3 3 Nepal Bulgaria 2 2 New Zealand 2 3 Cameroon 3 3 Nicaragua Canada 8 2 Nigeria China Norway 2 2 Colombia 3 3 Pakistan Congo Peru Congo, Dem. Rep. of the 2 2 Philippines 2 3 Cote D'Ivoire 4 4 Russia Croatia Saint Lucia Czech Republic Saudi Arabia 4 4 Ecuador Serbia Egypt 3 3 Singapore El Salvador Slovakia Equatorial Guinea 2 2 South Africa 2 2 Estonia Spain Ethiopia 2 2 Sri Lanka 2 3 France 2 2 Sudan Germany Taiwan Greece 2 2 Tanzania Hong Kong 3 4 Trinidad and Tobago 2 Hungary Tunisia India Turkey Indonesia Ukraine Iran 2 3 United Kingdom Italy Venezuela 8 9 Jamaica Vietnam 8 3 Countries: 72 Total: By Gender Non-Immigrants Living On-Campus: Fall 27* Gender UG G Total Male Female Grand Total % 52.5% Male Female *On campus housing includes the partner housing of Cambridge Oaks and Cullen Oaks. 3

16 Non-Immigrants Living On-Campus: Fall 27 By College College UG G Total Architecture and Design Arts Business Education Engineering Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Optometry 2 2 Pharmacy 5 5 Social Work Technology Exploratory Studies* 2 2 Total: *Exploratory Studies is a prepatory major designed for undeclared students. Non-Immigrants Living On-Campus Last 8 Years By Visa Type By Housing Location VISA Category VISA Students Building Students Full-Time Students F- 43 Bayou Oaks 7 Dependent of H-B H-4 9 Calhoun Lofts 82 Dependent of L- L-2 8 Cambridge Oaks 89 Exchange Visitor (Student) J- 2 Cougar Place 3 Permanent Resident Pending PRP 6 Cougar Village 34 Other Visa Types* Other 5 Cougar Village 2 2 Total: 453 Cullen Oaks 68 *Other visa types include, A, E, TD, etc. Moody Towers Quadrangle Total:

17 Non-Immigrant Enrollment Distribution by Level of Study: Fall 27 Classification Growth Freshmen % Sophomore % Junior % Senior % Post-Baccalaureate % Undergraduate Total:,524,499,64,623,57-3.2% Master % Doctoral % Professional % Graduate Total: 2,25 2,398 2,458 2,357 2, % Grand Total: 3,649 3,897 4,72 3,98 3, % Undergraduate Composition Post- Baccalaureate Freshmen 6.2% Sophomore Junior Senior Post-Baccalaureate Freshmen 4.% Sophomore 5.8% Graduate Composition Doctoral 39.% Senior 38.6% Junior 25.2% Master 58.5% Professional 2.6% Fall 27 Distribution by Level of Study 2,5 2, Number of Students,5,

18 Non-Immigrant/Immigrant/U.S. Student Enrollment by College: Fall 27 College U.S. Student Enrollment Immigrant Enrollment** Non-Immigrant Enrollment % Non-Immigrants to U.S. and Immigrant Students Architecture and Design Arts, Business 5, Education 2, Engineering 2,7 555, Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics 4, Nursing Optometry Pharmacy Social Work Technology 5, Exploratory Studies*, Total 37,665 3,858 3, % 9% 8% 7% 6% 5% 4% 3% 2% % % Non-Immigrant/Immigrant/U.S. Student Enrollment Ratio Non-Immigrant Enrollment Immigrant Enrollment** U.S. Student Enrollment *Exploratory Studies is a prepatory major designed for undeclared students. 6

19 Non-Immigrant Enrollment Distribution by College: Fall 27 College Non-Immigrant % Change Per College Architecture and Design Arts Business Administration Education Engineering,379, Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Nursing Optometry Pharmacy Social Work Technology Exploratory Studies* Total Non-Immigrant Enrollment 3,98 3, *Exploratory Studies is a prepatory major designed for undeclared students. Immigrant Enrollment Distribution by College: Fall 27 College Immigrant % Change Per College Architecture and Design Arts Business Administration Education Engineering Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Nursing 4 5. Optometry Pharmacy Social Work Technology Exploratory Studies Total Immigrant Enrollment 3,596 3, *Immigrant enrollment data is from the Office of Institutional Research. 7

20 Non-Immigrant Distribution by College and Degree Level in Last Years Undergraduate Students: Architecture and Design Arts Business Education Engineering Hotel and Restaurant Management Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Nursing Pharmacy Social Work Technology Exploratory Studies* Total:,8,83,28,46,462,524,499,64,623,57 Graduate and Professional Students: Architecture and Design Arts Business Education Engineering , Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Nursing Optometry Pharmacy Social Work Technology Total:,699,85,962,937 2,58 2,25 2,398 2,458 2,357 2,272 Grand Total: 2,88 3,34 3,242 3,343 3,52 3,649 3,897 4,72 3,98 3,843 *Exploratory Studies is a prepatory major designed for undeclared students. 8

21 Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 27 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Argentina 2 2 Korea, Rep. of 2 2 Australia Mexico 4 4 Bahrain Nigeria 2 2 Brazil 2 3 Norway China 6 7 Oman Colombia Saudi Arabia Congo South Africa Czech Republic Switzerland Egypt Taiwan 4 5 France Tanzania India Turkey Iran 3 3 Venezuela 3 3 Italy 2 Vietnam 3 4 Jamaica Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment Countries India China Taiwan Mexico Vietnam Enrollment by last years Undergraduates 23 2 Graduates

22 Katherine G. McGovern College of the Arts* - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 28 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Armenia Mexico Brazil 2 3 Nigeria China 2 22 Norway Colombia Poland 2 3 Ecuador 2 2 Portugal Germany Qatar Hong Kong 2 2 Romania India Spain Iran Taiwan 2 3 Italy 2 Thailand Japan Ukraine Korea, Rep. of United Kingdom 2 3 Malawi Venezuela 2 2 Malaysia Vietnam 7 7 Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment Countries China Korea, Rep. of Vietnam Mexico Enrollment by last years UG G UG G Undergraduates Graduates *College of the Arts formed in 26 as a split from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences 2

23 C. T. Bauer College of Business - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 7 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Country U G Total Albania Germany Portugal Angola 3 3 Ghana Russia Australia 2 Honduras 3 3 Saudi Arabia Bangladesh 4 5 Hong Kong 2 3 Singapore Barbados India Slovakia Belgium Indonesia 2 3 Spain Belize Iran 8 8 Sri Lanka Bolivia Japan Sudan Brazil 2 3 Kazakhstan 3 4 Sweden Bulgaria 2 Kenya Syria Canada 7 4 Korea, Rep. of Taiwan Chile Malaysia 4 4 Tanzania 2 China Malta Thailand 2 3 Colombia 4 5 Mexico Tunisia Congo Moldova Turkey Congo, Dem. Rep. 5 5 Mongolia Turkmenistan Cote D'Ivoire 3 3 Nepal 2 Uganda Ecuador 2 Netherlands 2 2 United Arab Emirates 2 2 Egypt 2 Nigeria United Kingdom El Salvador 2 2 Norway Uruguay Equatorial Guinea 2 2 Oman Venezuela 3 4 Ethiopia Pakistan Vietnam Gabon Peru 3 4 Yemen Gautemala Philippines Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment Countries China Vietnam India Pakistan Korea, Rep. of Mexico Nigeria Venezuela Canada Saudi Arabia Enrollment by last years Undergraduates Graduates 2

24 College of Education - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 27 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Bahamas Mexico Cameroon Nigeria 2 2 Chad Pakistan China Philippines Congo, Dem. Re 2 2 Romania France Singapore Germany Sri Lanka Greece Switzerland India 5 5 Thailand Iran Turkey 3 3 Japan 2 Uganda Korea, Rep. of 3 3 United Kingdom 2 2 Lebanon Vietnam 3 4 Malaysia Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment Countries China India Mexico Vietnam Enrollment by last years Undergraduates Graduates 22

25 27 Enrollment Numbers: 67 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Country U G Total Afghanistan Hong Kong Pakistan 2 Algeria 2 3 India Panama 2 2 Angola 8 8 Indonesia Peru Argentina Iran Philippines 3 3 Australia 3 4 Iraq Qatar Bangladesh Israel Russia Benin Italy 3 3 Saudi Arabia Brazil Jamaica Singapore Cameroon 3 4 Japan 4 4 South Africa Canada Jordan 2 3 Spain Cape Verde Kazakhstan 3 4 Sri Lanka 2 8 China Kenya Syria 2 2 Colombia 3 4 Korea, Rep. of Taiwan Congo, Dem. Rep. Kuwait Trinidad and Tobago 2 2 Cote D'Ivoire Lebanon Tunisia 7 8 Ecuador Malaysia 7 3 Turkey 2 2 Egypt Mali Ukraine El Salvador Mexico 3 4 United Kingdom 3 3 Equatorial Guinea Morocco Venezuela Ethiopia 3 3 Nepal 3 3 Vietnam France 3 4 New Zealand 2 3 Yemen Gabon 3 3 Nigeria Ghana Norway 2 2 Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment Cullen College of Engineering - Non-Immigrant Enrollment Countries India China Saudi Arabia Iran Vietnam Nigeria Venezuela Taiwan Bangladesh Pakistan ,2 Enrollment by last years, , Undergraduates Graduates 23

26 Conrad H. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 36 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Argentina Italy Armenia Kenya Austria 2 2 Korea, Rep. of Bahamas Mexico 2 2 Belgium Nigeria 2 2 Bolivia Pakistan 2 2 Brazil 2 3 Peru 7 7 Canada Philippines Chile Russia China Singapore Equatorial Guinea Slovenia France 8 8 Spain 3 3 Greece Switzerland 3 3 Hong Kong Taiwan India 3 3 Ukraine Indonesia United Kingdom Iran Venezuela 2 3 Israel Vietnam Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment Countries China Vietnam Korea, Rep. of France Taiwan Enrollment by last years Undergraduates Graduates 24

27 Law Center - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 5 Countries Represented Country Students Argentina Kenya Brazil 5 Mexico Canada 8 Nigeria China 6 Colombia Cote D'Ivoire Serbia France Germany Overall Total: Russia Saudi Arabia Country 2 United Kingdom Students Top Countries by Enrollment Countries Canada China Mexico Brazil Nigeria Enrollment by last years Graduates 25

28 27 Enrollment Numbers: 75 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Country U G Total Albania Gabon Norway Angola 4 4 Germany 2 3 Pakistan Argentina 2 2 Ghana Panama 2 2 Australia 2 2 Greece 2 Peru 2 3 Azerbaijan 2 3 Honduras 3 3 Philippines 2 3 Bahamas Hong Kong 2 Poland Bahrain India Romania Bangladesh Iran Russia 3 4 Belize Italy 2 Saint Kitts and Nevis Bosnia and Herzegovina Jamaica Saudi Arabia Brazil Japan 2 3 Serbia Bulgaria Jordan South Africa 2 3 Burkina Faso Kazakhstan Spain 3 3 Canada Kenya Sri Lanka 2 2 Chile 2 Korea, Rep. of Taiwan 4 5 China Kuwait Thailand Colombia Lebanon 2 Trinidad and Tobago 2 Cote D'Ivoire 2 3 Lithuania Tunisia Dominican Republic Macau Turkey 2 3 Egypt 2 Mali Ukraine 2 El Salvador 2 2 Mexico United Kingdom 2 3 Equatorial Guinea Moldova Venezuela 2 2 Ethiopia Morocco Vietnam Finland Nepal Zambia France Nigeria 2 2 Zimbabwe 2 Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences - Non-Immigrant Enrollment Countries India China Mexico Korea, Rep. of Vietnam United Kingdom Nigeria Venezuela Pakistan Colombia Enrollment by last years Undergraduates Graduates 26

29 27 Enrollment Numbers: 67 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Country U G Total Algeria India Philippines 4 5 Argentina Indonesia 2 2 Romania Azerbaijian Iran Russia 5 6 Bangladesh 3 4 Israel Saudi Arabia Brazil Italy Singapore Cambodia Japan South Africa Canada 6 7 Jordan Spain Chile Kazakhstan Sri Lanka 9 9 China Kenya Taiwan Colombia Korea, Rep. of Tajikistan Congo Lebanon Thailand 9 9 Cote D'Ivoire 3 3 Lithuania Trinidad and Tobago 2 3 Congo, Dem. Rep. Malaysia 4 4 Tunisia 3 3 Ecuador 2 2 Mexico Turkey 7 7 Egypt 4 4 Mongolia Uganda El Salvador 2 Morocco 6 6 Ukraine Ethiopia Mozambique United Arab Emirates France 2 Nepal United Kingdom 3 3 Germany 2 3 Niger Venezuela Ghana 2 Nigeria Vietnam Greece 5 5 Pakistan Zimbabwe Guatemala Panama Hong Kong 4 4 Peru 2 3 Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics - Non-Immigrant Enrollment Countries China India Vietnam Iran Korea, Rep.of Nepal Saudi Arabia Nigeria Taiwan Bangladesh Enrollment by last years Undergraduates Graduates 27

30 College of Nursing - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 5 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Canada Nigeria Ecuador Vietnam Kenya Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment Countries Canada Ecuador Kenya Nigeria Vietnam Enrollment by last years Undergraduates Graduates 28

31 College of Optometry - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 9 Countries Represented Country Students Country Bangladesh Iran Canada 4 Malaysia China 2 Nepal Ghana 5 South Africa India Overall Total: 5 Students 7 27 Top Countries by Enrollment Countries Nepal Ghana India Canada Enrollment by last years Graduates 29

32 College of Pharmacy - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 3 Countries Represented Country Bangladesh Students Country Korea, Rep. of Brazil Malaysia China 7 Mexico Croatia Nigeria Ghana 2 Saudi Arabia India 27 Vietnam Libya Overall Total: Students Top Countries by Enrollment Countries India China Vietnam Korea, Rep. of Enrollment by last years Graduates Undergraduates 3

33 Graduate College of Social Work - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: Countries Represented Country Canada Students 2 Country Nigeria China 3 Russia Colombia Serbia Hong Kong 4 Singapore Jordan Taiwan Overall Total: Students 6 Top Countries by Enrollment Countries Hong Kong China Canada Enrollment by last years Undergraduates Graduates 3

34 27 Enrollment Numbers: 5 Countries Represented Country U G Total Country U G Total Country U G Total Afghanistan Gabon Peru 3 4 Angola 7 7 Honduras Philippines Argentina Hungary Qatar 2 2 Belarus India Russia Belize 2 2 Indonesia Saudi Arabia Brazil 2 Iran 6 6 Spain Canada Iraq Sudan China Israel Taiwan 2 3 Colombia Italy Tanzania 3 3 Congo Kazakhstan 4 4 Thailand 2 2 Congo, Dem. Rep. Korea, Rep. of 4 5 Turkey 2 2 Croatia Malaysia Ukraine Czech Republic Mexico 5 6 United Arab Emirates El Salvador Morocco United Kingdom 2 2 Equatorial Guinea 6 6 Nicaragua Venezuela Estonia Nigeria Vietnam 3 3 Ethiopia Pakistan Overall Total: Top Countries by Enrollment College of Technology - Non-Immigrant Enrollment Countries India Vietnam Nigeria China Angola Saudi Arabia Pakistan Venezuela Enrollment by last years Undergraduates Graduates 32

35 Exploratory Studies* - Non-Immigrant Enrollment 27 Enrollment Numbers: 22 Countries Represented Country Argentina Students Country Mexico Bahamas New Zealand Cameroon Nigeria Canada 4 Pakistan China 8 Peru Denmark Saint Lucia Egypt Saudi Arabia El Salvador Spain Honduras Taiwan India 2 Venezuela Korea, Rep. of Vietnam Overall Total: Students Top Countries by Enrollment Countries China Taiwan Canada Venezuela Enrollment by last years Undergraduates *Exploratory Studies is a prepatory major designed for undeclared students. 33

36 Oceania.3% North America.6% 34 Latin America 9.% Europe 5.4% Middle East 8.% Asia 66.8% China 2.5% India 23.% Pakistan 2.5% Taiwan 2.% Africa 8.8% Other 6.3% Vietnam 9.3% Korea, Rep. of 3.2% Fall 27 Non - Immigrant Enrollment by Region

37 Enrollment by Geographical Region: Fall 27 Non-Immigrants Africa 338 East Africa 25 Ethiopia 7 Kenya 7 Sudan 2 Tanzania 6 Uganda 3 Central Africa 38 Cameroon 6 Chad Congo, Rep. of 4 Congo, Dem. Rep. of the Equatorial Guinea Gabon 6 North Africa 45 Algeria 4 Egypt 8 Libya Morocco 9 25 Year Regional Trends: Africa* Tunisia Southern Africa 45 Angola 32 Malawi Mozambique South Africa 7 Zambia Zimbabwe 3 *Data for Regional Trends was compiled from previously published International Student and Scholar Services Enrollment Reports (993-26). West Africa 85 Benin Burkina Faso Cape Verde Cote D'Ivoire 2 Ghana 2 Mali 2 Niger Nigeria 46 35

38 Enrollment by Geographical Region: Fall 27 Non-Immigrants Asia 2,568 East Asia,2 China 789 Hong Kong 7 Japan 2 Korea, Rep. of 23 Macau Mongolia 2 Taiwan 76 South and Central Asia,3 25 Year Regional Trends: Asia* Afghanistan 2 3, Bangladesh 44 India 884 2, Kazakhstan 4, Nepal 47 Pakistan 97 Sri Lanka 23 Tajikistan Turkmenistan 25 Year Regional Trends: Middle East* Southeast Asia 435 Cambodia Indonesia 5 Malaysia 23 Philippines 5 Singapore 6 Thailand 7 Vietnam 358 Middle East 36 Bahrain 2 Iran 32 Iraq 5 Israel 3 Jordan 6 Kuwait 2 Lebanon 3 Oman 2 Qatar 4 Saudi Arabia 28 Syria 3 United Arab Emirates 4 Yemen 2 *Data for Regional Trends was compiled from previously published International Student and Scholar Services Enrollment Reports (993-26). 36

39 Enrollment by Geographical Region: Fall 27 Non-Immigrants Europe 27 Albania 2 Armenia 2 Austria 2 Azerbaijan 4 Belarus Belgium 2 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria 3 Croatia 2 Czech Republic 2 Denmark Estonia Finland France 9 Germany Greece 9 Hungary Ireland Italy 2 25 Year Regional Trends: Europe* Lithuania *Data for Regional Trends was compiled from previously published International Student and Scholar Services Enrollment Reports (993-26). Malta Moldova 2 Netherlands 2 Norway 6 Poland 4 Portugal 2 Romania 4 Russia 2 Serbia 3 Slovakia Slovenia Spain 2 Sweden Switzerland 4 Turkey 29 Ukraine 7 United Kingdom 29 37

40 Enrollment by Geographical Region: Fall 27 Non-Immigrants Latin America 35 Caribbean 8 Bahamas 4 Barbados Dominican Republic Jamaica 3 Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Trinidad and Tobago 7 Mexico and Central America 23 Belize 4 El Salvador 9 Guatemala 2 Honduras 8 Mexico 94 Nicaragua 25 Year Regional Trends: Latin America* Panama *Data for Regional Trends was compiled from previously published International Student and Scholar Services Enrollment Reports (993-26) South America 29 Argentina Bolivia 2 Brazil 33 Chile 5 Colombia 33 Ecuador 8 Peru 3 Uruguay Venezuela 87 38

41 Enrollment by Geographical Region: Fall 27 Non-Immigrants North America 6 Canada Year Regional Trends: North America* Oceania 3 Australia 9 New Zealand 4 25 Year Regional Trends: Oceania* 5 5 Grand Total 3,843 *Data for Regional Trends was compiled from previously published International Student and Scholar Services Enrollment Reports (993-26). 39

42 25 Year Non-Immigrant Enrollment Trends by Region Region 993 4, Africa Asia,53,496,432,39,4,43,472,562,62,724,674,574,47,4,657,786,955 2,4 2,72 #### #### #### 2,689 2, Middle East 3 4, Europe Latin America North America 34 3, Oceania Other Foreign Unk , 2,246 2,22 2,83 2,59 2,33 2,77 2,296 2,387 2,522 2,797 2,82 2,796 2,738 2,55 2,694 2,88 3,34 3,242 3,343 3,52 #### #### 4,72 3,98 3,843 2,5 2, ,5, Other Foreign Unknown Oceania North America Africa Middle East Europe Latin America Asia,53,496,432,39,4,43,472,562,62,724,674,574,47,4,657,786,955 2,4 2,72 2,35 2,427 2,599 2,689 2, Africa Asia Middle East Europe Latin America North America Oceania Other Foreign Unknown 4

43 Non-Immigrant Enrollment - Institute of International Education* Top 25 Countries of Origin Report Open Doors Report Explanation The next few pages contain information specific to International Student and Scholar Services' reporting data to the Institute of International Education (IIE). It depicts non-immigrant enrollment counts by country of origin and field of study for the Fall 26 semester at the University of Houston. Field of study designations were determined based on the Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Codes associated with the student's primary major. These codes are not specific to a certain College and should not be compared in this way. The following graphs will identify the trends at UH for the top sending countries in the world and what part Unversity of Houston plays in this role. The first page will have information regarding enrollment of the top 25 countries in the U.S. while the following two pages have information for CIP code designation. As you will note, the top 25 sending countries to the U.S. are not the same as the top countries that are enrolled at the University of Houston (UH). Iran, Nigeria, and Venezuela, for example, are top ten sending countries to UH, but not in the U.S. On the opposite end, Brazil, Japan, and Kuwait are in the top twenty-five sending countries in the U.S., but have very few numbers at UH. Top 25 Countries in U.S. and UH enrollment by Most Recent Year Rank Country China India Korea, Rep. of Saudi Arabia Canada Vietnam Taiwan Japan Mexico Brazil Iran Nigeria Nepal United Kingdom Turkey Germany Kuwait France Indonesia Venezuela Malaysia Colombia Hong Kong Spain Bangladesh *Open Doors Report on International Education Exchange accessed on /2/27. Publications/Open-Doors 4

44 Open Doors Report of Top 25 Countries by Enrollment and CIP Codes College CIP Codes Country China India Korea, Rep. of Saudi Arabia Canada Vietnam Taiwan Japan Mexico Brazil Iran Nigeria Nepal United Kingdom Turkey Germany Kuwait France Indonesia Venezuela Malaysia Colombia Hong Kong Spain Bangladesh Total Business / Management Education 6-8, 52 3 Engineering 4-5, 29, Fine / Applied Arts Health Professions Humanities Math / Computer Science Physical / Life Sciences 4,2,5 7-8, 34, 56, 23, 38-39,27-3, 26, 4-4 Social Sciences 5, 3, 42, 44-45, 54 Other Fields of Study 9,,2,9,2,22,2 4,25, 3,32-33,35-37,43, Total 42

45 Open Doors Report of Top 25 Countries by Optional Practical Training and CIP Codes College CIP Codes Country China India Korea, Rep. of Saudi Arabia Canada Vietnam Taiwan Japan Mexico Brazil Iran Nigeria Nepal United Kingdom Turkey Germany Kuwait France Indonesia Venezuela Malaysia Colombia Hong Kong Spain Bangladesh Total Business / Management Education 6-8, 52 3 Engineering 4-5, 29, Fine / Applied Arts Health Professions Humanities Math / Computer Science 4,2,5 7-8, 34, 56, 23, 38-39,27 Physical/ Life Sciences -3, 26, 4-4 Social Sciences 5, 3, 42, 44-45, 54 Other Fields of Study 9,,2,9, 2,22,24,25, 3,32-33,35-37,43, Total

46 F- Employment Statistics: Optional Practical Training (OPT) Non-immigrant students on the F- visa have the option of pursuing a 2-month employment benefit, immediately following completion of their degree program. The student must apply with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for permission to work. The student is able to accept employment that is directly related to her/his major area of study for a specified time period, upon approval. This time period is referred to as Optional Practical Training (OPT). Students graduating from certain science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines designated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security may be eligible for an additional 24-month extension for a combined 36 months of OPT.,424 F- alumni from 72 nations participated in Optional Practical Training during Fall 27. Total Alumni on OPT Total Alumni on STEM Extensions Total Alumni on OPT and STEM Extensions Undergraduate Graduate Total 88 66,424 Country UG G Total Country UG G Total Afghanistan Israel Albania 2 2 Italy Algeria Jamaica Angola 2 2 Japan Argentina Jordan 2 2 Bangladesh 5 5 Kazakhstan 2 2 Belarus Kenya 2 Belgium Korea, Rep. of Belize Latvia Bolivia 2 3 Lebanon Brazil 4 4 Libya Burkina Faso Malaysia Cameroon 2 2 Mexico Canada Nepal 7 7 Chad Nigeria Chile Pakistan China Peru Colombia Philippines 4 5 Congo 2 2 Poland Costa Rica Russia 3 4 Cote D'Ivoire Saint Kitts and Nevis Croatia Saudi Arabia Ecuador 4 5 Senegal 2 Egypt 3 4 South Africa El Salvador 2 Spain 3 3 Ethiopia Sri Lanka 3 3 Gabon Taiwan Germany 2 Thailand 2 Ghana Trinidad and Tobago 2 2 Greece 2 3 Tunisia Honduras 3 4 Turkey 2 3 Hong Kong Uganda 2 3 Hungary United Kingdom India Venezuela Indonesia 4 4 Vietnam Iran Zimbabwe Total 25 29,424 44

47 Non-Immigrant OPT Distribution: Fall 27 Number of Alumni on OPT year OPT Participation year OPT Participation Trend year OPT Participation Linear (-year OPT Participation ) year Trend for Students on OPT* Undergraduate OPT Undergraduate STEM Graduate OPT Graduate STEM Undergraduate OPT Undergraduate STEM Graduate OPT Graduate STEM Students on OPT Cap-Gap** Undergraduate Graduate 6 82 Total 88 Marital Status UG GRAD Total Gender UG GRAD Total Married Female Single Male Unknown Total 25 29,424 Total 25 29,424 *OPT STEM was a new regulation passed in 28 by Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). No data prior to this can be found as OPT STEM did not exist. **OPT Cap-Gap is given to those whose OPT period has ended but were selected for H-B starting Oct. st. 45

48 Optional Practical Training (OPT) Distribution by College: Fall 27 OPT Distribution by College* UG GRAD Total Architecture and Design Arts Business Administration Education Engineering Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Nursing Optometry Pharmacy Social Work Technology Total OPT Distribution by College *OPT data for 27 is pulled by students on active OPT on Sept. 3, 27. F- Students per College and OPT Participation Architecture and Design Arts Business Administration Education Engineering Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Nursing Optometry Pharmacy Social Work Technology Total Participation Enrolled in ,424 Percent Enrolled On OPT in 27* Percent Participation , ,799., Percent of Total F- Enrolled Percent of Total F- on OPT. Architecture and Design Arts Business Administration Education Engineering Hotel and Restaurant Management Law Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Natural Sciences and Mathematics Nursing Optometry Pharmacy Social Work Technology 46

49 27 Exchange Visitor Country of Origin Category J- Professor J- Research Scholar J- Short Term Scholar J- Student* J- Student Intern J-2 Dependent Exchange Visitor Totals Exchange Visitor Program Summary* J- by Gender J- Intern J- Professor Gender J- Professor J- Student* 27.4%.4% Female 26 J- Research 7.8% Scholar 356 Male 296 J- Short J- Short Term Term Scholar 68 Total J-s 52 Scholar J- Student* % J- Intern 37 Fema 26 4.% J-2 Dependent 264 Male 296 Female J- Research Male 59.% Scholar 7.9% *J- Student totals include students on Academic Training and students participating in non-degree objective study at UH-Language and Culture Center Growth.% -3.3% -26.9% -26.4% 8.8% -.4% -9.7% Dependents (J-2) Professor Research Scholar Short Term Scholar Students Masters Doctorate Non-Degree Intern Sub-Total Professor Research Scholar Short Term Scholar Country Country Algeria Morocco 6 6 Belgium Netherlands 3 3 Brazil Nigeria 2 2 Canada 2 4 Pakistan China Panama 2 Colombia Peru Croatia 3 3 Philippines Denmark Poland 4 4 Egypt 2 Portugal France Russia Germany 5 6 Saudi Arabia Greece Serbia Hungary 2 3 Singapore 7 7 India Spain 2 3 Indonesia 2 3 Sri Lanka 2 Iran 5 6 Taiwan Iraq Thailand Israel 2 Tunisia Italy Turkey Japan Ukraine Kazakhstan United Kingdom 5 6 Korea, Rep. of Venezuela 2 Malaysia Vietnam Mexico Grand Total Dependents (J-2) Masters Students Doctorate Non-Degree Intern Sub-Total 47

50 27 Exchange Visitor Program Summary* J- Exchange Visitors by College/Department College/Department Professor Research Scholar Short Term Scholar Student Intern Total Accountancy and Taxation 3 4 Finance 2 Management 4 4 Marketing and Entrepenuership College of Business (Total) Center for Asian American Studies Curriculum and Instruction 3 4 Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Pyschological, Health and Learning Sciences College of Education (Total) Biomedical Engineering 6 7 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering 4 4 Civil and Environmental Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Industrial Engineering 2 Mechanical Engineering College of Engineering (Total) Comparative Cultural Studies Center for Public History English Health and Human Perfomance 4 5 Hispanic Studies 2 History 2 2 Hobby Center for Public Policy 2 2 Jack J. Valenti School of Communication Modern and Classical Languages 2 Psychology 3 4 Texas Institute for Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics 2 2 College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (Total) Biology and Biochemistry Center for Nuclear Receptors and Cell Signaling Chemistry Computer Science Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Mathematics Physics 5 6 College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (Total) Clinical Sciences and Administration Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmacy Practice and Translational Research College of Pharmacy (Total) Sub-Total J- Exchange Visitors *Exchange Visitor 26 Program Summary counts reflect active J Visa records during //27-2/3/27. 48

51 27 Exchange Visitor Program Summary J- Exchange Visitors by College/Department [continued] College/Department Engineering Technology 2 4 College of Technology (Total) 2 4 College of Architecture and Design 2 College of Hotel and Restaurant Management 3 4 College of Nursing 4 4 College of Optometry 3 3 College of Social Work 6 7 Law Center Moores School of Music 6 7 Non-UH Sponsored Exchange Visitors Texas Center for Superconductivity 8 9 UH-Downtown UH Global 3 3 Other Colleges/Departments/Locations (Total) Professor Research Scholar Short Term Scholar Student Intern Total Sub-Total J- Exchange Visitors Grand Total J- Exchange Visitors *Exchange Visitor 27 Program Summary counts reflect active J Visa records during //27-2/3/27. J- Program Participation over the Past Years Professors Research Scholars Short Term Scholars J- Students J- Interns J-2 Dependents J- Exchange visitors - 5 years Professors Research Scholars Short Term Scholars J- Students J- Interns J-2 2 Dependents Professors Research Scholars Short Term Scholars J- Students J- Interns J-2 Dependents

52 Language and Culture Center Enrollment: Fall 27 The Language and Culture Center (LCC) is located on the University of Houston campus and provides students the ability to experience life at an American university while learning English as a Second Language (ESL) through a variety of courses designed to integrate them into the American educational system. LCC has provided intensive English Instruction for international students on the University of Houston campus since 975. LCC students may apply for admission to UH upon successful completion of the sixth and final level and passing TOEFL scores. Students enrolled in LCC programs are not enrolled in degree-seeking courses at UH and are therefore not included in the international student enrollment figures indicated earlier in this report. During Fall 27, international students from 29 nations participated in the LCC program. LCC Enrollment Composition Country Name Students Country Name Students Country Name Students China 39 Cameroon 2 Equatorial Guinea Vietnam 34 Cote D'Ivoire 2 Germany Saudi Arabia 22 France 2 Honduras Taiwan 8 Mexico 2 Jordan Congo, Dem. Rep. of the 6 Russia 2 Kazakhstan Venezuela 6 Algeria Kuwait Colombia 4 Angola Turkey Thailand 4 Brazil Korea, Rep. of 3 Burkina Faso Palestine 3 Chad Benin 2 Chile Total Fall 27 LCC Enrollment 54 By Visa Enrollment By Year Other 7.% F Other F % LCC Level 6 Graduates Country Students Country Students Country Students Angola 2 Congo, Dem. Rep. of the 2 Mexico 2 Benin Cote D'Ivoire Saudi Arabia 4 Brazil Dominican Republic Senegal Burkina Faso 2 Equatorial Guinea 2 Taiwan 5 Cameroon France Thailand 2 China 8 Korea, Rep. of Turkey Colombia Kuwait 2 Venezuela 8 Congo Lebanon Vietnam 2 Total LCC Graduates in

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