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Record number of international students join College student body

Record number of international students join College student body

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The Office of International Programs welcomes 41 new students who are part of a record 54 nonimmigrant international students enrolled at North Central College this fall. They come from 28 countries and include new first year and transfer students, returning students, eight graduate students, 16 new exchange students and five who are sponsored by the Global UGRAD program.


North Central educators present at conference on international studies

The team that heads the Office of International Programs at North Central College recently gave presentations at a conference for international educators.

The team that heads the Office of International Programs at North Central College recently gave presentations at a conference for international educators.

Jack Shindler of Naperville, professor of English and director of international programs, and Kimberly Larsson, assistant to the director of international programs, gave presentations at the Association of International Educators (NAFSA) Conference June 1-4, in Kansas City, Mo. Some 7,000 educators attended worldwide.

International students can learn English during summer at North Central

North Central College’s Summer Language Institute offers international students the opportunity to study English during intensive multi-week programs.

North Central College’s Summer Language Institute offers international students the opportunity to study English during intensive multi-week programs set in both classroom and informal environments.

Participants in the Summer Language Institute stay on campus and with local host families. The courses are ideal for Chicago-area residents with family or friends from other countries who want to sharpen their English skills during study in the United States. North Central College provides applicants with the necessary documentation to apply for student visas in their home country.

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