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In a recent statistical survey made in connection with the recently issued University catalogue, it was found that there are four less foreign students enrolled this year than appeared in the University records for the year 1929-30, while the number of countries represented here has fallen off by one nation.
The following figures give some idea of the present international makeup of the University students:
Albania, four; Africa, one; Australia, two; Austria, two; Belgium, six; Brazil, four; Canada, 41; China, 56; Costa-Rica, two; Columbia, two; British Columbia, one; Cuba, five; Czecho-Slovakia, one; England, 25; Finland, one; France, ten; Germany, ten; Greece, five; Guatemala, City, one; Hawaii, ten; Ireland, two; Italy, four; Japan, ten; Korea, two; Latvia, one; Lithuania, one; Norway, one; Nova Scotia, six; Palestine, four; Panama, one; Peru, one; Phillippine Islands, one; Poland, four; Porto Rico, five; Roumania, two; Russia, six; South Africa, four; Spain, four; Sweden, three; Switzerland, six; Syria, one; British West Indies, one; Turkey, five; Venezuela, three; Yugoslavia, one.
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