There are millions and millions of Asians. It would be impossible to conclude which
American universities are well known in the various countries.</p>
<p>USC has offices in Asia and many students do attend from China, in particular. Well known companies have sponsored the Marshall School's business conferences. Sponsoring companies have been: Fubon Intl., Hanjin Shipping, Tingyl Holding Corp, Capital Services Group, Sataki & Trianz, Korean Air Lines, The Japan Times, Edelman Japan, InterSoft, Suntory, Toyota, EXchange, ITRI, Sunrider and RunZhou Dist. Govt. (China) among others.
Obviously, these companies are aware of the university.</p>
<p>On a post from 5/9/2009 there was a long list of prominent USC alumni from Asia. Here are some of those:</p>
<p>Ronnie Chan (Hong Kong), Chrm. of Hang Lung Group Ltd.
Dr. Chang Young Jung (China), Pres. of Yonsei University
Toshiaki Ogasawara (Japan), Chrm. and Publisher of The Japan Times
Bongrak Sohn (Korea), Chrm. of TCC Steel and Director of Korea Intl. Trade Association
Hong Young-Hoon (South Korea), Former Prime Minister of South Korea
Arthur Lin (Taiwan), Chief Technology Officer of Core Networks at Nokia--Famous inventoR
Takeo Miki (Japan), Former Prime Minister of Japan
Dr. Kantathi Suphamongkohn (Thailand), Minister of Foreign Affairs
Dr. Mu Dan Ping (China), President of World Heritage Foundation
Holip Soekawan (Indonesia), Chrm. of ERHO Security Solutions, Inc.
Ming Hseigh (China), Founder of Cogent Systems
Shawn Liu (China), Heir to the Liu Yongxing worldwide businesses and enterprises
Sharig-Hua Teng (China), now living in the U.S., Sloan Fellow, Godel Prize winner, Fulkerson Prize winner
and many more....</p>
<p>USC has sixteen active alumni groups in Asia. One alumni group in China recently donated $140,000 toward the new student center at USC. The Asian Pacific Alumni Association in California sponsored 27 scholarships last year and donated $400,000, in addition, to the university.</p>
<p>In this year's Class of 2014 there are more than 10 students from the International School of Singapore. </p>
<p>Back to the subject of this thread......</p>
<p>Yes, I would say USC is a good choice if you wish to settle down in California.</p>