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  • Setting Stage…
  • Setting the stage of the current environment of international student mobility to the US. How would you evaluate the benefits of opening recruitment in China now?How do you identify those countries where you want to increase your investments?What countries or areas do you see as new markets you will invest in recruiting?
  • #ProvinceUnique Visitors#ProvinceUnique Visitors1Beijing285,13917Anhui11,8492Shanghai230,71418Heilongjiang10,7113Guangdong165,41519Jilin9,9974Jiangsu121,95120Yunnan9,7185Zhejiang66,78621Shanxi8,4576Liaoning45,46422Jiangxi5,7507Shandong41,30223Gansu4,6698Hubei37,68124Guangxi4,1979Tianjin36,46125Guizhou3,25910Sichuan35,02626Inner Mongolia2,66311Henan20,66127Xinjiang2,29512Fujian19,80328Hainan1,92013Shaanxi19,15529Ningxia91814Hunan17,57330Qinghai66315Hebei16,08631Tibet6916Chongqing12,778   
  • Only Qinghai had no SAT test-takers.

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  • 1. Chinese Students in U.S. Schools:A Discussion on Admissions and SupportStrategiesNational Chinese Language Conference 2013Monday, April 8, 10:00 – 11:00 AMMarriott Copley Place HotelBoston
  • 2. Page 2PanelistsElizabeth DuMont-McCaffreyAssistant Director of Admission, Mount Holyoke College (MA)Matt McGannDirector of Admissions, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyRonné Patrick TurnerAssociate VP for Enrollment, Northeastern University (MA)ModeratorJames M. MontoyaVice President, Higher Education, The College Board
  • 3. Page 3Objectives of the Session123Understand major trends impacting student mobility byChinese students to U.S. higher educationDiscuss opportunities & challenges associated with thesetrends, and share best practices for engaging effectivelywith Chinese students to promote shared goals (particularlyenhancing the understanding of Chinese language &culture with a college campus).Develop insights and effective approaches for forwardingpartnerships between the admission office and other keycampuses offices to support Chinese undergraduatestudents.
  • 4. Page 4Framework of the sessionIntroductions & BackgroundPerspectives from our panelOpen Discussion &QuestionsInternational Recruiting at Southwestern Universities: New Approaches: Wednesday, February 27, 2013
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  • 8. Page 8Highereducation is atthe center ofthe topic ofglobalization
  • 9. Page 9The College Board• Mission: Connect students to university success andopportunity• 100-year-old membership based organizationconsisting of 5,900 secondary schools and highereducation institutions in 60+ countries.– Offers a number of academic programs and assessmentsused around the world including the SAT® universityentrance exam9
  • 10. Page 10Undergraduate41%Graduate39%Non-Degree20%Enrollment of int’l students at U.S. universities is atan all time high, driven by Chinese undergraduatesOverall, Undergraduate students outnumbered graduate students for the first time, thoughChina still has more graduate students than undergraduatesApproximate values, roundedupTop 10 Places of Origin of InternationalUndergraduate Students Studying in the U.S.COUNTRY 2009/10 2010/11 2011/121 CHINA 40,000 57,000 74,0002 SOUTH KOREA 36,000 38,000 38,0003 SAUDI ARABIA 9,000 11,000 14,0004 INDIA 15,000 14,000 13,0005 CANADA 14,000 13,000 13,0006 VIETNAM 9,000 11,000 11,0007 JAPAN 13,000 11,000 9,0008 MEXICO 8,000 8,000 8,0009 TAIWAN 7,000 6,000 6,00010 NEPAL 7,000 6,000 5,000~309,000 students6% increase over 2011driven by ChinaInternational Studentscoming to the U.S.Source: College Board Internal Analysis based on Open Doors2012 Report on International Educational Exchange.
  • 11. Page 1105,00010,00015,00020,00025,00030,00035,0002005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11United KingdomItalySpainFranceChinaAustraliaGermanyCosta RicaIrelandArgentinaU.S. Students Increasingly Spend Time in China for Their StudiesSource: College Board Internal Analysis based on Open Doors 2011Report on International Educational Exchange.2011 Top Destination Countries for U.S. Students“Obama Pledges to Send 100,000 Students to China in the Next 4 YearsDuring his trip to China this week, President Obama pledged to send 100,000 students to Chinaover the next four years. … In a U.S.-China joint statement, the White House noted that nearly 100,000Chinese students come to the United States each year…”The Chronicle, November 18, 2009DestinationCountries2011EnrollmentAnnualGrowth RankTotal US StudentsStudying Abroad273,996 1.3%United Kingdom 33,182 1.5% 1Italy 30,361 8.7% 2Spain 25,965 2.2% 3France 17,019 -.8% 4China 14,596 4.9% 5Australia 9,736 -2.3% 6Germany 9,018 5.5% 7Costa Rica 7,230 15.5% 8Ireland 7,007 3.1% 9Argentina 4,589 -5.1% 10
  • 12. Page 12Internationalization is impactingdomestic recruitmentSource: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/06/opinion/sunday/bruni-how-to-choose-a-college.html?_r=0
  • 13. Page 13Open Discussion and Question
  • 14. Page 14“If I were America’s immigration czar, Iwould issue (student) visas to(international) applicants as fast as Icould, recognizing that they will createmore jobs, opportunities, and friendsfor America than the United Statescould produce any other way forsuch modest cost.”James Fallows, The Atlantichttp://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2007/07/china-makes-the-world-takes/5987/;http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2006/12/postcards-from-tomorrow-square/5401/
  • 15. Thank you!Please feel free to reach out to us at:international@collegeboard.orgWe appreciate your feedback!
  • 16. Page 16Appendix/Additional slides
  • 17. Page 17What goesaround,comesaroundSource: McKinsey Global Institute
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  • 19. Page 19YoY Growth47%SAT 1 & 2RegistrationsYoY Growth9% YoY Growth60%YoY Growth65%Students attending >60“International” Schools inmainland ChinaIn academic year 2011-2012, tens ofthousands of students residing inmainland China have registered totake the SAT at test centers in 38different countries; the number ofstudents reporting an address inChina grew significantly (+40%)Source: Internal analysis, International91% of non-int’l students from China who take the SAT continue torely on test centers in Hong Kong to access the program
  • 20. Page 20Chinese SAT® Test Takers Come from Every Province except TibetSource: Internal College Board Analysis, SAT registrations during academic year 2011-2012, students reporting a home address within mainland China, but testing outside ofChina..Percentages are approximations based on students’ self-reported data. Note that not allstudents report an address.XinjiangQinghaiTibetYunnanSichuanGansuNingxiaShaanxi HenanHubeiGuizhouGuangxi GuangdongJiangxiFujianZhejiangAnhuiJiangsuShandongHebeiInner MongoliaLiaoningJilinHeilongjiangHunanShanxiHainanBeijingTianjinMacaoHong KongShanghaiChongqing• Although Beijing, Jiangsu, Guangdong and Shanghai continue to be thelargest provinces/ municipalities reported as home address by SAT students(representing 60% of the total registrations), interest in the SAT is increasinglywidespread throughout China.• Most Chinese students take the SAT® in Hong Kong.• Data includes only those Chinese SAT test takers who sat for the exam outside ofChinaFew (under 100)Some (100 to 1,000)Many (5,000 – 10,000)SAT Exams Taken byChinese Students Reportinga Chinese Students TestingOutside of ChinaSignificant (1,000 – 5,000)
  • 21. Page 21The number of Chinese students taking the SAT outside of Chinagrew significantly in 2011-2012, with almost all provinces inChina showing substantial increasesSource: Internal College Board Analysis, SAT registrationsduring academic year 2011-2012, students reporting ahome address within mainland China, but testing outside ofChina. Percentages are approximations based on students’self-reported data. Note that not all students report anaddress.XinjiangQinghaiTibetYunnanSichuanGansuNingxiaShaanxi HenanHubeiGuizhouGuangxi GuangdongJiangxiFujianZhejiangAnhuiJiangsuShandongHebeiInner MongoliaLiaoningJilinHeilongjiangHunanShanxiHainanBeijingTianjinHong KongShanghaiChongqing• Fastest growing provinces: Jiangxi (202%), Gansu (92%), Yunnan(65%), Jilin (62%), Chongqing (60%), Sichuan (55%), Hunan (54%), Henan(54%), Hainan (50%).< 30% Growth31%-49% Growth>60% Growth% Increase, SAT Exams Taken by Chinese StudentsTaking the SAT Outside of China50%-60% GrowthMacao
  • 22. Page 22However, fourprovinces/municipalities(Beijing, Jiangsu, Guangdong andShanghai) represent>60% of allregistrations fromChinese studentstaking the SAToutside of China.SAT Registrations, Students Reporting an Address in China, but TestingOutside of China, Academic Year 2011-2012PROVINCE/MUNICIPALITY REGION%chng from2010-2011% ofTotalBeijing North 43% 20%Jiangsu East 41% 14%Guangdong South Central 42% 14%Shanghai East 47% 13%Zhejiang East 35% 8%Liaoning Northeast 34% 4%Sichuan Southwest 55% 4%Shandong East 49% 4%Hubei South Central 38% 3%Henan South Central 54% 2%Shaanxi Northwest 36% 2%Tianjin North 34% 2%Hunan South Central 54% 2%Chongqing Southwest 60% 1%Anhui East 37% 1%Other Provinces 49% 7%Grand Total 43% 100%Source: Internal College Board Analysis,SAT registrations during academic year2011-2012, students reporting a homeaddress within mainland China, but testingoutside of China. Percentages areapproximations based on students’ self-reported data. Note that not all studentsreport an address.
  • 23. Page 23Each region in China is experiencingsubstantial growth, but a large majority(86%) of the non-int’l students from Chinawho take the SAT are from theEast, North, or South Centralregions, respectivelyStudents from theSouth Centralregion (& some inthe East outside ofShanghai) arebetter served bytrains to accessHKSource: College Board Internal AnalysisSAT Registrations, Students Reporting an Address in China, but TestingOutside of China, Academic Year 2011-2012REGION%chng from2010-2011 % of TotalEast 43% 42%North 42% 23%South Central 43% 21%Southwest 55% 6%Northeast 35% 6%Northwest 45% 2%Grand Total 43% 100%
  • 24. Page 24Although SAT Takers From China Perform Far Better ThanAverage on the Math Section, their Scores are at the U.S.Mean in Critical Reading; Writing Scores in China are AboveAverageSource: College Board internal analysis; cohort dataCohortStudentGrowthAverage Scores# of SAT tests perstudentRegistrationGrowth# of Score SendInstitutionsCR M W2007 515 692 544 1.6 8.52008 102% 506 710 549 1.7 116% 8.92009 69% 497 711 550 1.8 81% 8.22010 29% 497 711 559 2 43% 8.22011 39% 482 708 555 2.24 57% 7.5U.S. AverageScores 2011CR M W497 514 489
  • 25. Page 25Source: College Board internal analysis; cohort data2011 Cohort Average Scores# of SAT Tests# Score SendsInstitutionsProvince % of Students CR M WChina 100.0% 482 708 555 2.24 8Beijing 19.6% 494 705 563 2.34 8Shanghai 15.5% 518 705 574 2.28 8Jiangsu 14.4% 476 725 566 2.34 8Guangdong 12.6% 476 702 544 2.40 7Zhejiang 6.1% 469 727 552 2.16 8Liaoning 4.6% 490 727 578 2.26 8Sichuan 4.2% 468 702 535 2.02 7Shandong 3.2% 475 704 553 2.06 7Hubei 3.1% 464 701 543 2.12 8Tianjin 1.9% 466 700 535 2.32 6Shaanxi 1.6% 430 701 520 2.23 6Hunan 1.4% 460 689 533 2.12 8Henan 1.4% 474 713 549 1.97 7Chongqing 1.4% 443 687 518 1.74 5Fujian 1.2% 489 702 547 2.09 8Other Provinces 7.7% 455 676 519 1.86 6
  • 26. Page 26• International student mobility continues to be high despite economic challenges.• In academic year 2011-2012, more than 764,000 students from other countries were enrolled at U.S. universities.• The number of Chinese students enrolled in U.S. undergraduate programs grew 31% last year.• Saudi Arabia, Brazil, and the United Arab Emirates also experienced impressive gains.Top 10 Places of Origin of International Undergraduate Students Studying in the U.S. (2012)Approximate values, roundedupUndergraduate Students Coming to U.S.COUNTRY 2009/10 2010/11 2011-121 CHINA 40,000 57,000 74,0002 SOUTH KOREA 36,000 38,000 38,0003 SAUDI ARABIA 9,000 11,000 14,0004 INDIA 15,000 14,000 13,0005 CANADA 14,000 13,000 13,0006 VIETNAM 9,000 11,000 11,0007 JAPAN 13,000 11,000 9,0008 MEXICO 8,000 8,000 8,0009 TAIWAN 7,000 6,000 6,00010 NEPAL 7,000 6,000 5,000Undergraduate41%Graduate39%Non-Degree20%~309,000 students6% increase over 2011driven by AsiaEnrollment of International Students at U.S. universities is atan all time highUndergraduate students outnumbered graduate studentsSource: Institute of International Education (IIE) Open Doors Report2012: http://www.iie.org/Research-and-Publications/Open-Doors/Data/International-Students/By-Academic-Level-and-Place-of-Origin/2011-12
  • 27. Page 27Top 10 destinations and number ofstudents (2009)1 United States2 Australia3 United Kingdom4 South Korea5 Japan6 Canada7 Singapore8 New Zealand9 France10 RussiaCanadaU.S.UKFranceAustraliaSouthKoreaJapanSingaporeNew ZealandThe U.S. is Not Alone: The Number of Chinese Students PursuingInternational Higher Education Has Skyrocketed• Number of Chinese students studying internationally: 820,000 (2009) (all higher education categories:graduate, undergraduate, and non-degree)Source: Institute of International Education (IIE)’s Project Atlas.http://www.iie.org/en/Services/Project-Atlas/China/Chinas-Students-Overseas• Hong Kong not far behind; Hong Kong will likely catch up quicklybecause the allotment of international students within its higher edinstitutions has increased from 10% to 20%.RussiaChina
  • 28. Page 28Courtesy of Rahul Choudaha, World EducationServices, New York; Data source: UNESCOStudent mobility from China does not only impact the U.S.The growing impact of China is not only limited tomobility to the U.S.
  • 29. Page 29In the US alone, the number of undergraduate Chinese studentsis even outpacing the other top countries010,00020,00030,00040,00050,00060,0002005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010International UndergraduateStudents coming in U.S.Top 12 countriesSouth KoreaJapanCanadaIndiaChinaMexicoTaiwanHong KongIndonesiaNigeriaNepalVietnamSaudi ArabiaSource: IIE: College Board Internal Analysis based onhttp://www.iie.org/Research-and-Publications/Open-Doors/Data/International-Students/Leading-Places-of-Origin
  • 30. Page 30China is also emerging as a destination for int’l students• There were over265,000 internationalstudents in China in2010.• The top five places oforigin in 2008/09 wereSouth Korea, U.S.,Japan, Vietnam andThailand.• In 2009, a total of820,000 Chinesestudents studiedabroad, includingapproximately 229,000students who begantheir studies abroad in2009.Source: Institute of International Education (IIE)’s Project Atlas.http://www.iie.org/en/Services/Project-Atlas/China/Chinas-Students-Overseas
  • 31. Page 31Interest in American higher ed is high: Traffic to collegeboard.orgfrom China has increased 28% this academic yearIndiaOthersS. KoreaChinaUAE34%28%3%30%10%Internationaltraffic iscontinuing toshow impressivegrowthSource: Web Analytics Report for CB International, 2010/2011/2012Collegeboard.org Visitors ByCountryMay 1, 2011 to April 30, 2012Country VisitorsUnited States 58,782,337Canada 1,034,485India 769,803China 616,281United Kingdom 476,927South Korea 246,660200+ OtherCountries &Territories 5,494,330
  • 32. Page 32Rankings and Major Preferences Drive Search PatternsTop Searches by Universities within collegeboard.orgSource: College Board internal analysis, collegeboard.org traffic March1, 2011 – February 29, 2012# All International Students # All China # All India1 New York University 1 New York University 1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology2 Harvard College 2 University of California: Berkeley 2 Harvard College3 Cornell University 3 Cornell University 3 Cornell University4 Boston University 4 University of California: Los Angeles 4 Stanford University5 Columbia University 5University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 5 New York University6 Stanford University 6 Boston University 6 University of California: Berkeley7 University of California: Los Angeles 7 University of Michigan 7 Princeton University8 University of California: Berkeley 8 University of Washington 8 Boston University9 Yale University 9 University of Southern California 9 University of Michigan10Massachusetts Institute of Technology 10Harvard College 10Purdue University11Brown University 11Columbia University 11University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign12University of Pennsylvania 12Purdue University 12Yale University13University of Southern California 13Penn State University Park 13University of California: Los Angeles14University of Michigan 14Brown University 14Columbia University15Princeton University 15Stanford University 15University of Pennsylvania16Northeastern University 16University of Pennsylvania 16Georgia Institute of Technology17Duke University 17University of Wisconsin-Madison 17Carnegie Mellon University18University of Chicago 18University of Virginia 18California Institute of Technology19University of Texas at Austin 19Yale University 19Brown University20Boston College 20Boston College 20University of Southern California
  • 33. Page 33# Beijing # Shanghai1New York University 1New York University2Cornell University 2Cornell University3University of California: Berkeley 3University of California: Berkeley4Harvard College 4University of California: Los Angeles5University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 5Boston University6University of California: Los Angeles 6University of Michigan7Boston University 7Columbia University8University of Michigan 8University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign9Brown University 9University of Southern California10Yale University 10University of Washington# Guangdong # Jiangsu1New York University 1University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign2University of California: Berkeley 2University of California: Berkeley3Cornell University 3University of Michigan4University of California: Los Angeles 4Cornell University5University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 5University of California: Los Angeles6University of Michigan 6New York University7Boston University 7University of Washington8University of Southern California 8Boston University9Stanford University 9University of Wisconsin-Madison10Brown University 10Harvard CollegeSource: College Board internal analysis, collegeboard.org traffic July 2010- June 27, 2011Universities Most Frequently Searched within collegeboard.org’s College Search engine, byChinese province
  • 34. Page 34Business Management is the Most Popular Major Reported Across ProvincesCohort 2010 – SAT students from China and top 8 provinces47% students reported choice of majorPopularity of Major - Ranking by Province (1=most popular)China Beijing Shanghai Jiangsu Guangdong Liaoning Zhejiang Sichuan ShandongBusiness management, marketing, and related support services 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1Engineering 2 2 2 2 2 2 2- 3Biological and biomedical sciences 3 4 3 3 3 3 5 3 2Mathematics and statistics 4 3 9 4 4 3 3 3 4Communication, journalism and related programs 5 6 5 10 10 8 8 5 4Psychology 6 7 4 9 5 8 5- -Social sciences 7 5 9 7 7 10 8 5 6Computer and information sciences and support services 8 8 13 5 7 5 8- 7Architecture and related services 9 10 11 8 11 7 4 2-Physical sciences 10 9 12 6 5 6 7- -Visual and performing arts 11 13 6 10 7- - - -Health professions and related clinical services 12 11 8 13 12- - - 7Undecided 13 12 6 10 13- - 5-Engineering technologies/technicians 14 15 14 14 14- 8- -Education 15 14 14 16 15- 8- -Legal Professions and Studies 16 17 16 16- - - - -Natural resources and conservation 17 18- 14- - - 5-Liberal arts and sciences, general studies, and humanities 18 15 21 - - - - - -History 19 20 17 - 16- - - -Other 20- 19- - - - - -English language and literature/letters 21 19- - - - - - -Foreign languages, literatures, and linguistics 22 - 19 18 16- - - -Public administration and social services professions 22 - 22 - - - - - -Multi/interdisciplinary studies 24 - 18 - - - - - -Agriculture, agriculture operations, and related sciences 24 - - - - - - - -Source: Web search, 2010; College Board internal analysis
  • 35. Page 350 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000Columbia UniversityUniversity of PennsylvaniaNorthwestern UniversityCase Western Reserve UniversityBrown UniversityGeorgia Institute of TechnologyWashington University in St. LouisUniversity of Minnesota: Twin CitiesIndiana University BloomingtonBoston UniversityEmory UniversityUniversity of VirginiaUniversity of California: San DiegoUniversity of Southern CaliforniaCornell UniversityNew York UniversityPurdue UniversityOhio State University: Columbus CampusUniversity of California: Los AngelesPenn State University ParkUniversity of WashingtonUniversity of California: BerkeleyUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUniversity of MichiganUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignSAT APChinese students sent a large number of SAT scores to largeU.S. publics, especially Big Ten schools98% of all CB Scoresare sent to U.S.UniversitiesHowever, scores sent to non-U.S.universities are growing rapidly. Thetop non-U.S. universities receiving testscores from Chinese students are inCanada, Hong Kong, Singapore, &South Korea.Source: Internal College Board Analysis, Sorted by Totals fromacademic years 2010-2011.Top Score-Receiving U.S. Universitiesfrom Chinese Students, 2010-110 20 40 60 80 100 120 140JACOBS UNIVERSITYUNIV EDINBURGHWASEDA UNIVERSITYCARLETON UNIVERSITYUNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIOYORK UNIVERSITYUNIVERSITY OF WINDSORWILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITYNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORESEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITYUNIVERSITY OF ALBERTAKOREA UNIVERSITYCHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONGUNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIAUNIVERSITY OF WATERLOOMCGILL UNIVERSITYYONSEI UNIVERSITYHONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE…UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONGUNIVERSITY OF TORONTOAPSATFar moreChinesestudents sendSAT scores toU Illinois thando studentsfrom Illinois
  • 36. Page 3602,0004,0006,0008,00010,00012,00014,000CA NY PA MA IL OH MI IN WI GA WA VA NC TX MN CT MO RI DC IA FL MD TN NJ 0 2,000 4,000Lehigh UniversityPrinceton UniversityGeorge Washington UniversityDartmouth CollegeUniversity of California: Santa…University of IowaUniversity of California: IrvineBrandeis UniversityUniversity of California: DavisHarvard CollegeYale UniversityVanderbilt UniversityUniversity of MiamiSyracuse UniversityBoston CollegeUniversity of ChicagoUniversity of RochesterMichigan State UniversityUniversity of Texas at AustinUniversity of PittsburghRice UniversityCarnegie Mellon UniversityDuke UniversityStanford UniversityUniversity of North CarolinaColumbia UniversityNorthwestern UniversityUniversity of PennsylvaniaCase Western Reserve…Georgia Institute of TechnologyBrown UniversityWashington University in St.…University of Minnesota: Twin…Indiana University BloomingtonBoston UniversityEmory UniversityUniversity of California: San…University of VirginiaUniversity of Southern…Cornell UniversityNew York UniversityPurdue UniversityUniversity of California: Los…Ohio State UniversityUniversity of WashingtonUniversity of California:…Penn State University ParkUniversity of Wisconsin-…University of MichiganUniversity of Illinois at Urbana> 10,0005000 - 99992000 - 49991000 - 1999100 - 999< 100PennsylvaniaNew YorkCaliforniaNumber of SAT score reports received, byinstitution, 2011-2012Chinese students applications arebecoming more widely distributedacross the U.S.Source: College Board internal analysis
  • 37. Page 37Source: College Board internal analysisSAT Score Sends 2011-2012 (thus far)Ranking of the Universities receiving the most score sendsSAT Score Sends can be an early indicator of student interestRank U.S. students All International1Penn State University Cornell University2University of California: Los Angeles Harvard College3University of Texas - Austin University of Michigan4University of California: Berkeley Stanford University5New York University New York University6Boston University University of California: Berkeley7University of Central Florida Columbia University8Stanford University University of Pennsylvania9Florida State University Princeton University10University of Florida Yale University11Cornell University University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign12Northeastern University Boston University13Texas A&M University Massachusetts Institute of Technology14University of Southern California Brown University15Duke University University of California: Los Angeles16Rutgers University Penn State University17University of California - Santa Barbara Purdue University18University of California: San Diego University of Southern California19University of California: Irvine Duke University20University of California: Davis University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 38. Page 38Source: College Board internal analysis, 2011-2012SAT Score Sends 2011-2012 (so far)Ranking of the Universities receiving the most score sendsThere is a significant difference in student interest when comparing USstudents to International studentsRank China India South Korea Vietnam1University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMassachusetts Institute ofTechnology University of Michigan Drexel University2University of Michigan Stanford University New York University DePauw University3University of Wisconsin-Madison Cornell University Cornell University University of Texas at Dallas4Penn State University Purdue UniversityUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Dickinson College5University of California: Berkeley University of California: Berkeley University of California: Berkeley Franklin & Marshall College6University of Washington University of Michigan Northwestern University Randolph College7Ohio State University: ColumbusCampusUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Washington University in St. Louis Stanford University8University of California: Los AngelesPrinceton University University of Pennsylvania Harvard College9Purdue University Harvard College Brown University College of Wooster10New York University University of Pennsylvania Columbia University Brown University11Cornell University Georgia Institute of Technology Duke University Trinity College12University of Southern California Carnegie Mellon University Emory University Lafayette College13University of Virginia Yale University Stanford University Cornell College14University of California: San Diego New York UniversityUniversity of California: LosAngeles Colgate University15Emory University Columbia University Carnegie Mellon University Dartmouth College16Boston University Boston University Harvard College University of Richmond17Indiana University Bloomington University of California: Los Angeles Dartmouth College Cornell University18University of Minnesota: TwinCities California Institute of Technology Johns Hopkins University University of Pennsylvania19Washington University in St. Louis Penn State University University of Wisconsin-Madison Brandeis University20Brown University Brown University Boston College Macalester College
  • 39. Page 39Large Publics, especially the Big Ten, Receive the Most SAT Scores, but UniversityPreferences Vary By Province (note at that this is academic year 2010-2011…previous slides were 2011-2012)Popular Score Send Institutions - Ranking by Province (1=most popular)China Beijing Shanghai Jiangsu Guangdong Liaoning Zhejiang Sichuan Shandong Hubei Tianjin Henan Hunan Shaanxi Chongqing FujianUNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 4 2 2 2UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 5 5 3 3 1 5 4 3 4UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 3 4 4 6 3 4 6 5 2 3 4 10 1 3 5 1UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN MADISON 4 8 9 2 5 5 4 2 5 2 7 5 5 7 1 7PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY 5 9 7 5 4 7 3 4 4 6 9 8 11 9 8 15OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY COLUMBUS 6 14 16 3 7 3 11 3 3 5 9 3 1 1 4 21CORNELL UNIVERSITY 6 5 3 8 8 9 7 9 7 7 5 5 8 10 7 7UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY 8 3 6 10 6 6 5 14 9 10 2 1 22 17 10 9PURDUE UNIVERSITY WEST LAFAYETTE 9 15 11 7 13 11 12 7 9 8 13 19 11 5 11 15UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES 10 6 8 12 9 10 9 26 23 19 6 13 17 10 12 6NEW YORK UNIVERSITY 11 7 5 27 10 12 10 14 13 22 7 31 31 17 15 12UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 12 12 17 11 12 8 8 8 13 14 20 10 5 10 5 13UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 13 10 10 26 10 12 16 9 24 11 13 31 24 17 9 2UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA TWINCITIES 14 32 33 9 18 19 27 12 8 9 42 5 17 14 13 15BROWN UNIVERSITY 15 17 20 19 16 17 17 24 31 16 20 13 17 14 15 15BOSTON UNIVERSITY 16 13 12 30 15 20 21 46 31 18 16 43 31 17- 26NORTHWESTERNUNIVERSITY 17 11 15 28 22 25 21 28 28 24 27 19 45 36- 21STANFORD UNIVERSITY 18 16 14 31 27 16 28 22 24 14 16 8 14 33 15 21UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AUSTIN 19 28 31 13 14 20 23 19 12 13 31 17 14 10 15 13WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 20 18 25 19 19 22 13 26 16 31 37 31 13 28 15 9UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO 21 23 13 21 17 35 14 49 26 49 24 43 35 41- 15UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINACHAPEL HILL 22 27 35 14 25 15 20 22 13 11 32 10 31- 13 26DUKE UNIVERSITY 23 20 18 23 32 22 32 34 17 34 19 23 38 41 25 11EMORY UNIVERSITY 24 25 21 15 28 26 18 24 34 34 27 22 45 36- 25YALE UNIVERSITY 25 21 24 40 36 18 39 16 19 17 20 17 3 28 15 15MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 26 34 30 24 21 14 19 28 17 19 12 29 35 5 22 31INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON 27 38 29 21 20 29 24 13 11 19 20 29 8 28 15 4UNIVERSITYOF PENNSYLVANIA 28 22 18 34 31 24 26 34 28 22 11 13 38 41 25 41COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 29 18 21 37 29 32 30 43 28 44 13 23 43 36- 26HARVARD COLLEGE 30 26 26 42 26 36 36 37 21 31 16 23 8 28 22 21Source: Internal College Board Analysis, 2011.