Kanchanika Cholvisit (Kendra), Thailand
Business Administration (Marketing Concentration), The University of California, Riverside
After graduation, I would like to gain a well-rounded experience through internships in various countries to start building a brand management career.
My independence and experience in the U.S. has allowed a lot of room for growth in this challenging, but definitely rewarding, environment.
Carl Cabrera, The Philippines
International Business and Business Intelligence, The University of Denver
I hope to work in the Information Technology sector, with an emphasis on International Business, with the ultimate goal of becoming a chief information officer of a multinational corporation in the future.
The United States is truly a melting pot of different people, cultures and ideas and I strongly urge any aspiring international student to pursue their dreams and desires to study in the United States, not only because of the exceptional quality of higher education in the United States, but also because the lifelong bonds students will nurture throughout their stay in the United States.
Honglin Li, China
Biomedical Sciences, Montana State University
I hope in the future to be a person who is able to help people and save lives.
MSU is a good place to study because of its peaceful surroundings and many study resources. After my first year of study, I believe the U.S. has the best educational system in the world.
William Andres Montoya Rivera, Colombia
Political Science, Sociology, Luther College
I plan on attending graduate school in the U.S., where I intend to focus on peacemaking and conflict resolution in the hopes of using the knowledge gained to promote peace in Colombia.
Through my experience at Luther College, I have gotten the chance to put my ideas for peacemaking into reality; I have had the opportunity to gain the knowledge necessary to help create a better world.