This study examines associations between Asian international students’ quality of personal contact and gains in learning. Based on a sample of 705 Asian international students, results indicate that Asian international students’ relationships with peers, faculty, and administrative staff are positively associated with five domains of gains of learning (i.e., personal development, science and technology, general education, vocational preparation, and intellectual skills). Academic level, length of stay, and country of origin predicted gains in learning when all independent variables were included in the model. Implications for the positive college experience for Asian students are discussed.
Bista, Krishna Ed.D.
"Asian International Students’ College Experience: Relationship between Quality of Personal Contact and Gains in Learning,"
Journal of International and Global Studies: Vol. 6
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lindenwood.edu/jigs/vol6/iss2/3
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