Provider of educational services EIC published its seventh annual report on the Chinese students who plan to study abroad. Describing responses from more than 22,000 students in 20 Chinese cities, the report includes information on the most common fears of students who are preparing to go abroad. According to the report, students who plan to study abroad, cooling their fears as follows: 57.9% – are afraid of their level of education or language skills, 50.4% – consider themselves ill-prepared for education abroad, 27.6 – fear that their social skills are low, 38% are afraid not to be socially integrated, 36% believe that they can not communicate effectively, 30.9% fear that their level of academic success is very low.
Education service provider EIC last week released its seventh annual report on Chinese students intending to study overseas. Drawing on responses from over 22,000 students in 20 Chinese cities, the report includes top fears experienced by students preparing to go abroad. According to the report, students planning study overseas fear their grades (57.9 per cent) or their language skills (50.4 per cent) are insufficient to be accepted for study, 27.6 per cent fear their soft skills will be insufficient, 38.2 per cent fear being unable to integrate socially, 36 per cent fear being unable to communicate effectively, 30.9 per cent fear being unable to keep up with their courses.
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