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International Integration How three schools are helping their international students feel at home. 28 May/June 2013 BizEd n e i l b r e n nan B usiness schools are serving more international student bodies and preparing their graduates to work in increasingly multicultural business environments. But, at the same time, they're finding that students who cross an ocean or a continent to attend business classes often face a multitude of linguistic, cultural, social, and academic barriers. To help foreign nationals adjust and thrive, many schools have developed intensive orientations, buddy systems, and special programming. Here, three schools identify the challenges international students face and describe the systems they've put in place to help these students feel less like "strangers in a strange land" and more like confident citizens of a globalized environment. 

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