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Q&A Mellman / Fritz / Chinese Students / Liberal Arts Colleges


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Traditionally, Students In China Have Targeted Their Efforts To Gain Admission To US Colleges And Universities At Research Universities And Other Large, Widely Known And Highly Rated Schools. But There Has Been A Change. Admissions Officials At Many Of The Smaller Liberal Arts Colleges In The US Say More And More Students From Asia Are Choosing The Kind Of Education They Offer. Daybreak Asia's Ira Mellman Spoke With One Of Those Admission Counsellors. Connor Fritz Is The Senior Assistant Dean Of Admissions At California's Claremont McKenna College. Fritz Spoke Via Skype From Shanghai Where He Is Attending Various Functions Aimed At Informing Students In China About The Advantages Of Attending The Smaller, Liberal Arts Colleges.

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