Posted by: naccm | February 11, 2010

STAT – University of Illiinois #4

University of Illinois ranks #4 among US universities with the highest enrollment of International Students.

  1. University of Southern California – 7,189 ( Total Student Strength – 32,162 )
  2. New York University – 6,404
  3. Columbia University – 6,297
  4. University of Illinois –  5,933
  5. Purdue University – Main Campus – 5,772
  6. University of Michigan – 5,748
  7. University of California – Los Angeles – 5,557
  8. University of Texas – Austin 5,550
  9. Harvard University – 4,948
  10. Boston University –  4,789
  11. University of Pennsylvania – 4,610
  12. SUNY University at Buffalo – 4,363
  13. Indiana University – Bloomington – 4,287
  14. Ohio State University – Main Campus – 4,259
  15. Michigan State University – 4,244
  16. University of Florida – 4,228
  17. Texas A&M University – College Station – 4,094
  18. Arizona State University – Tempe – 3,979
  19. Cornell University – 3,928
  20. University of Wisconsin – Madison – 3,910

Source:  http://www.happyschoolsblog.com/top-20-universities-largest-students/

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Responses

  1. Is that surprising? I guess I could see why it would be. Central Illinois isn’t well know for it’s…well…it’s not really known for anything (no disrespect to honest Abe).

    Living here for the last…six or so years, I guess I take for granted we have such a diverse university right in our back yard. Last summer we had a frozen yogurt shop open up on campus and the owner told me the main reason they choose the U of I was due to the large number off Asian students on campus.


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