Main Reasons of Dismissed Chinese Students
Most Chinese students believe that an admission letter equals a bright future. However, according to WholeRen Consulting Database, 515 Chinese students expelled from American schools due to a series of reasons. The primary expelling reasons are as follow: low GPA (62.1%), academic dishonesty (21.4%), low attendance (10.9%), misbehavior (2.9%), breaking the law (1.9%), and psychological issues (0.7%). This White Paper intends to analyze the dismissed students’ characteristics and reasons of dismissal. Thus, we try to reveal their main characteristics and provide suggestions to prevent students from dismissal.
Most of Chinese students in the Unites State are young, and are also lacking sufficient skills or experience to live alone. When they go abroad alone, the high workload, local social requirements, mental stress, culture shock of new environments are major issues that the Chinese students must confront and contend with. Obtaining the admission is just the first step of studying abroad. The following three to four years of life will be filled of challenges. Sometimes, if they face one issue improperly, they might face the critical punishment that they have never ever been though of. Those occasions may not happen regularly in China, but they do frequently appear here! Will they be able to handle all of the stress and work coming from the strict requirements of schools?
Brief Introduction of WholeRen Group
WholeRen Group, LLC was established in 2010, aiming to provide comprehensive educational services based under the U.S. education system. As a multinational and professional education company, WholeRen integrates the services of junior/high-school application and transfer, college and graduate school application and transfer, academic emergency services, academic counseling, homestay services, background improvement services and career counseling services. WholeRen was interviewed by CCTV and other mainstream medias, and became the first AIRC certified organization across the United States.