1. International students have to fill out more than a few forms to study in the United States.
2. Most international students are multilingual.
3. They can’t play hooky. International students must take a full course load.
4. You likely won’t see them at your part-time job. There are strict restrictions for international student employment.
5. International students must think twice before taking an annual vacation.
6. Their presence in class is not only requested, it’s required. International students must attend class in-person.
7. You may be sitting next to a future world leader.
8. International students attend the top ranked schools.
9. Your international student classmates contribute to the U.S. economy.
10. International students are the world’s future doctors and engineers.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Student and Exchange Visitor Program, also known as SEVP, monitors international students in the United States, as well as the schools that enroll them. Visit Study in the States for more government resources on the U.S. international student process.