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Class of '15 by nationality

HCaulfieldHCaulfield Registered User Posts: 150 Junior Member
edited March 2012 in Stanford University
Could someone link me a Class of 2015 breakup by nationality?
Post edited by HCaulfield on

Replies to: Class of '15 by nationality

  • HCaulfieldHCaulfield Registered User Posts: 150 Junior Member
    bump...10char
  • HCOdudeHCOdude Registered User Posts: 147 Junior Member
    I'm pretty sure the vast majority are American...
  • HCaulfieldHCaulfield Registered User Posts: 150 Junior Member
    Yeah, but...still, breakup by nationality?
  • smewshiesmewshie Registered User Posts: 96 Junior Member
    This just kills me!... with curiosity. If someone comes across the data, please share!
  • MidwestPopMidwestPop Registered User Posts: 211 Junior Member
    54% of Stanford's international students come from Asia, 17% from the Americas, 9% from Africa, 14% from Europe, 5% from Middle East and North Africa and 1% from the Pacific Basin. Some of my Stanford material states that they have students from 90 countries.
  • MidwestPopMidwestPop Registered User Posts: 211 Junior Member
    From a different Stanford source: "Among the many measures of diversity, more than half of our freshmen are students of color:
    Asian American 20%, Latino/a 17%, African American 11%, International 8% and American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian 4%"
  • sompornburinsompornburin Registered User Posts: 39 Junior Member
    Another source: common data set which anyone can search in each uni's search engine does provide some info about population of international students, among others, and quite extensive policy info, but some unis appear to evade providing certain more in-depth info, though.
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