International Students Choose the U.S. Tough Luck - the Story of International 2 days ago   03:03

EducationUSA
A group of currently enrolled international students in U.S. colleges and universities share their experiences of why they chose the U.S. over other destinations to realize their dreams.

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Deborah Connor
SORRY, OUR OWN CITIZEN STUDENTS ARE FROZEN OUT OF THE PROCESS!!! U.S. UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES SHOULD BE FOR CITIZENS FIRST!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Kainã Elias
Hey everyone.
Can I borrow a minute of your time?
I was accepted at Utah State University to study Engineering! Although even with a scholarship that cover my tuiton, since I'm a Brazilian student I still have to pay a good amount for room and board. So I'm here to ask you a little favor. Help me share my fundraising, please!
This is the link: https://www.youcaring.com/kain-padilha-elias-596656
And of course, if any of you could help me with 10 or 5 dollars, I'd really appreciate.
Thank you guys, and God bless you all!
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Mrirockerr
the girl supriya kumar at 2:32 looked good and gorgeous  and had a very good british american accent..
ANAR_1987
Azerbaijan ♥ USA
Alli Jones
I'd like to study in the US.
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Linh Pham
I think their accents are pretty clear...
dex
You do realize that almost every other country teaches English...
Finer C.A.C.
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Lynn S
What do you mean no accent? The woman from Libya for sure had one, and everyone elses was just more subtle. But you could hear it on certain words.
CrushingReality
Sorry, but they do. They have learned english really well and they were probably selected due to their high competence, but for example the Zimbabwe student had a british accent, probably due to the historical colonial control by the British in Zimbabwe.
undeadtashi
50000dollor for 1 year . are you kidding me.
smartercat
wtf. They ALL have accents... I have no idea what's wrong with your brain, but they all have accents. Maybe the guy from ecuador had less of an accent, but he still had one.
Bones
enjoy your huge debt
iwtlhs112
yeah you know we only have the majority of the top schools in the world...
ebony40401
this guys are not international students..trust me i am one and i didn't hear any accent, every country has an accent they all sounded american to me..not to sound ignorant but i think i can recognize an international student when see one.
mrkmoua
@TheLunachick if you are talking about primary education (especially public ones), then thats probably not too far from the truth. However secondary education is a different story depending on where you go to school.
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Tough Luck - the Story of International International Students Choose the U.S. 2 days ago   05:21

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