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Many international students have admitted that a key factor in choosing a school in America was the quality.
“The education is better. The American government invests more money on biological research, so I think there are more opportunities,” said Kevin Yan, a senior from China studying biology.
The quality of research America offered was particularly important to Yan, given his chosen field. International students seeking a better education have to work hard because English is not always their first language.
“In my first years, I have to spend more hours reading the materials than others,” Yan said.
Because many international students come from areas in the world where the Church isn’t as prominent, these students have unique experiences at BYU-I that they may not find while attending a university in their native country.
“The thing that surprised me the most are the teachers and their willingness to help,” Lufta said. “Every time they would try to accommodate our needs, and it gives me such comfort to know that they are so willing to help us learn through the Spirit.”