Academic Adaptation Among International Students from East Asian Countries: A Consensual Qualitative Research
Keywords:academic adaptation, Consensual Qualitative Research, East Asian International Students
This study used a consensual qualitative research method to explore academic adaptation experiences of international students (N = 13) from East Asia countries at a U.S. university. The analysis yielded five domains from the data (challenges, feelings, strategies, suggestions, and self-reflections). Implications for college counselors, university administrators, and future research are discussed.
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