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Niagara University welcomes international students

by Index Staff

Photo by Evan Pierce From left to right (top row): Steven (Quyet) Pham, Hassan Al Abi Tayir, Meshad BinAmmar, and David Blackburn (director of MISA). (Bottom Row) Anh Pham, Bernadette Brennen (assistant to the vice president for academic affairs), and Tara Keigley (admissions adviser).

Photo by Evan Pierce From left to right (top row): Steven (Quyet) Pham, Hassan Al Abi Tayir, Meshad BinAmmar, and David Blackburn (director of MISA). (Bottom Row) Anh Pham, Bernadette Brennen (assistant to the vice president for academic affairs), and Tara Keigley (admissions adviser).

    Niagara University’s international students were invited to the International Student Mixer hosted by Multicultural & International Student Affairs to help students integrate themselves into the NU community and to share their stories and goals.
    There are 261 returning international students at Niagara University at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This fall, there are many new international students, including 26 freshmen, one junior, 26 graduate students, and three Ph.D. students.
    Students come all over the world to experience NU’s world-class education from countries such as China, Germany, Ghana, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Italy and Vietnam.

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