As an increasing number of Chinese undergraduates are starting their college careers in the U.S, we noticed the increased number enrolling at American community colleges. It was reported that roughly 13 percent of all Chinese undergrads studying in the U.S increased from 2007 to 2015, according to a recent article in the Los Angeles Times.
Lee Academia has been working with children from not only the high-class families, but we are also starting to see more children from the middle-class families looking to leave the Chinese educational system.
Chinese students of every level are now looking at various types of U.S. institutions. They are more interested in the way America teaches. Top students were the majority coming to study in the U.S in the past, but now, more and more who can afford the education are coming to study at U.S. community colleges, and not necessarily applying to Harvard.
Stephenie, having been a tutor/instructor/mentor since 1996, discovered her passion and founded Lee Academia Educational Consulting, LLC. after she left the dental and medical field. She loves teaching/mentoring and counseling her students. Her passion lies in educating others and helping them pursue their educational path. Today, certified in College Counseling and with more than 10 years of experience, Stephenie and her team continues to blog about current updated educational news and events.
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