International students ‘less satisfied’ in branch campuses

From University World News: “International students enrolled at international branch campuses (IBCs) have lower mean satisfaction with academic and teaching quality, the academic environment and academic engagement than international students enrolled at the home campuses with which the IBCs are associated. This was the main outcome of the study entitled ‘Making the Grade: Do international branch campuses and their home campuses differ in international student satisfaction with the academic experience?’ published in the September issue of the Journal of Studies in International Education.”

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