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Which Universities Tend to Attract Chinese Students

Which Universities Tend to Attract Chinese Students

Over the past two decades, the number of Chinese students seeking higher educational opportunities in the United States has been rising steadily. This is attributed to the quality of education and internship opportunities available in the U.S. An alternative to reaching adults in Mainland China is to reach their children who have flocked to universities in the United States.

Chinese students comprise almost 20% of the international student population in U.S. colleges and universities. The University of Southern California records the highest number of Chinese students in California. Yale boasts one of the leading Chinese students associations. The states with the highest enrollment of Chinese students are California, New York, Texas, Massachusetts, and Illinois.

Twenty percent of all international students in the U.S. attend 25 universities. It is reasonable to posit that, since the dominant foreign student population is Chinese, that these would be the institutions where a larger concentration of Chinese would also be found. These institutions are, in order: USC, the University of Illinois, New York University, Purdue, Columbia, UCLA, Northeastern, the University of Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Indiana University, Penn State, Boston University, the University of Minnesota, Arizona State, the University of Florida, Harvard, the University
of Washington, the State University of New York at Buffalo, the University of Texas, the University of Pennsylvania, Texas A&M, UC Berkeley, Georgia Tech, and the University of Houston.

Once you promote an EB-5 project idea to one Chinese student, you can also use him or her to find many other students. This is perhaps the easiest way to find suitable candidates, particularly in one university. 

One of the easiest ways to track Chinese students at their universities is to get in touch with the Chinese student association in your state. It should be able to provide statistics regarding the number of students available in the state and the various universities where they are enrolled. An easier way is by contacting one university in your state and tracing their network channels across other universities - enhancing the power of networking.

The following list of Chinese Student Associations was recently published by Learn in USA:

  • Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at University of California San Francisco (UCSF)
  • Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Mississippi State University (MSU)
  • Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Stanford
  • Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Yale (ACSSY)
  • Association of Chinese Students and Scholars Princeton University
  • Berkeley Chinese Students and Scholars Association (BCSSA)
  • Boston College Chinese Students Association
  • Brown University Chinese students and scholars Association
  • Chinese American Student Association at Ohio State University
  • Chinese Student & Scholar Association at the George Washington University (GWU)
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association at the University of Chicago
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association at the Wichita State University
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association at Maryland University (MU)
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association at Rochester Institute of Technology (CSSA-RIT)
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association at Tennessee Technological University (CSSA-TTU)
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association at University of Louisville
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association at Wright State University
  • Chinese Student Association at University of Southern California
  • Chinese Student Association at Mayo
  • Chinese Student Association at Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Chinese Student Association at Cal Poly Pomona
  • Chinese Student Coalition (CSC) at Michigan State University
  • Chinese Students & Scholars Association at George Mason University
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at Bowling Green State University (BGSU)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at the University of Oregon
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at University of South Alabama and Mobile
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at Central Michigan University (CMU)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at Illinois Institute of Technology (CSSA-IIT)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at Michigan State University (CSSAMSU)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association atNew Jersey's Science and Technology University (NJIT)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association atSouth DakotaSchool of Mines and Technology(SDSMT)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association atState University of New Yorkat Binghamton
  • (SUNY-Binghamton)
  • ChineseStudents and Scholars Association atState University of New Yorkat Buffalo(CSSA at UB)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at UCLA
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at UCLA (CSSA-UCLA)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at University of Utah (CSSAUU)
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association at UW-Madison
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association in Greater New York Area (CSSANY)
  • Chinese Students Association at Caltech
  • Chinese Students Association at Johns Hopkins University
  • Columbia University Medical Center-Chinese Students & Scholars Association (CUMC-CSSA)
  • Cornell Chinese Student Association
  • Duke University Chinese Student and Scholar Association (DCSSA)
  • Friendship Association of Chinese Students & Scholars at University of Missouri-Columbia, MO
  • Harvard Radcliffe Chinese Students Association
  • Harvard Chinese Students and Scholars Association
  • Indiana University Chinese Student and Scholar Association (IUCSSA)
  • Rutgers Chinese Student and Scholar Association (RCSSA)
  • Stony Brook Chinese Students and Scholars Association (SBCSSA)
  • The Chinese Student and Scholar Association at Johns Hopkins Medical Institution (JHMI-CSSA)
  • Tulane Chinese Students & Scholars Association (TCSSA)

 

While this list may not be complete, it is a good start. One final factor to keep in mind is that high net-worth Chinese tend to gravitate to institutions that are considered elite, regardless of the size of the schools. Barnard College and Mount Holyoke are fine examples of small schools with a proportionately large Chinese student enrollment. Because of their relatively small size, schools of this nature will not readily appear in anyone’s Top 10 or even Top 100. Since these students tend to come from more discriminating families, a qualitative investigation into the Chinese student population at these schools is worthy of consideration.
 


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