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Explore international student trends at The University of Findlay to discover how Findlay stacks up to the competition when it comes to serving students from outside the United States.

Findlay is ranked 259th out of 1,293 in our Overall Most Popular U.S. Colleges & Universities for International Students.

The presence of international students on campus means a greater diversity of options, perspectives and knowledge to add to the diversity of thought on campus. As the economy becomes more global in scope, interaction with students from all different countries becomes an important part of higher education.

An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 1,037,354 international students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this diverse international pool, Findlay was home to approximately 584 international students.

College Factual ranks Findlay as 259th out of a total 1,293 colleges and universities for popularity with international students.

International Popularity: (259th out of 1,293)

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At least 32 countries are represented on the Findlay campus. The countries with the largest on-campus communities are India, Saudi Arabia, and Nepal. |

The University of Findlay reports having a total of 584 international students on campus, 301 of whom are undergraduates. This is out of a total of 5,031 students, 3,713 of whom are undergraduates.

Findlay suggests that international students make up about 11.6% of the student body. |

Use the map below to explore the popularity of The University of Findlay on a country by country basis.

Over the last five years the total international population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 15.4%. India is the largest contributor to this growth, with an estimated total of 182 students. |

The chart below shows how the total number of international students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (382 students)

2012: (285 students)

2013: (365 students)

2014: (622 students)

2015: (835 students)

2016: (584 students)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 480th out of 1,174 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to international students.

International Quality: (480th out of 1,174)

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CollegeFactual has also ranked the quality of the education at Findlay on a country by country basis. Findlay ranks the best for are for students from Nepal, Saudi Arabia, and India.

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 334th out of a total 1,148 colleges and universities for providing value to international students.

International Value: (334th out of 1,148)

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CollegeFactual has also ranked the value of the education at Findlay on a country by country basis. Findlay's best value is for students from India, China, and Nepal.

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The most popular degrees at Findlay with international students are Business Administration & Management, Environmental Control Technology, and Linguistics & Comparative Literature.

Business Administration & Management: (295 students)

Environmental Control Technology: (60 students)

Linguistics & Comparative Literature: (36 students)

Teaching English or French: (26 students)

Medical Illustration & Informatics: (24 students)

Allied Health Professions: (20 students)

General Education: (19 students)

Information Technology: (12 students)

Criminal Justice & Corrections: (12 students)

General Biology: (9 students)

Use the map below to explore the most popular degrees at The University of Findlay on a country by country basis.

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Country | Popularity Ranking | Quality Ranking | Value Ranking |
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Bangladesh | 338 | N/A | N/A |

Brazil | 495 | N/A | N/A |

Canada | 589 | 398 | 310 |

China | 325 | 411 | 277 |

Colombia | 478 | N/A | N/A |

Egypt | 222 | N/A | N/A |

France | 512 | N/A | N/A |

Germany | 409 | N/A | N/A |

Ghana | 397 | N/A | N/A |

India | 158 | 273 | 203 |

Indonesia | 324 | N/A | N/A |

Japan | 139 | 248 | 189 |

Jordan | 67 | 94 | 81 |

Kenya | 404 | N/A | N/A |

Kuwait | 246 | N/A | N/A |

Malaysia | 372 | N/A | N/A |

Mexico | 509 | N/A | N/A |

Mongolia | 111 | N/A | N/A |

Nepal | 10 | 116 | 132 |

Nigeria | 215 | 211 | 223 |

Philippines | 287 | N/A | N/A |

Russia | 408 | N/A | N/A |

Saudi Arabia | 113 | 211 | 222 |

South Korea | 451 | 400 | 303 |

Spain | 277 | N/A | N/A |

Sweden | 372 | N/A | N/A |

Taiwan | 339 | 266 | 189 |

Thailand | 423 | N/A | N/A |

Turkey | 355 | N/A | N/A |

Ukraine | 242 | N/A | N/A |

United Kingdom | 383 | 262 | 206 |

Vietnam | 355 | 303 | 216 |

An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 178,562 Indian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 178,562, Findlay was home to approximately 182 Indian students.

Indian Popularity: (158th out of 950)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 158th out of a total 950 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from India.

Indian students could account for as much as 3.6% of the entire student body and as much as 31.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Indian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 20.2%. Over the last five years the total Indian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 30.2%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Indian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (178 students)

2012: (73 students)

2013: (110 students)

2014: (303 students)

2015: (430 students)

2016: (182 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 273rd best out of 618 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Indian students.

Indian Quality: (273rd out of 618)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 203rd out of a total 607 colleges and universities for providing value to Indian students.

Indian Value: (203rd out of 607)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 67,439 Saudi Arabian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 67,439, Findlay was home to approximately 128 Saudi Arabian students.

Saudi Arabian Popularity: (113rd out of 719)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 113rd out of a total 719 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabian students could account for as much as 2.5% of the entire student body and as much as 21.9% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Saudi Arabian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 19.9%. Over the last five years the total Saudi Arabian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 28.2%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Saudi Arabian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (43 students)

2012: (63 students)

2013: (97 students)

2014: (136 students)

2015: (166 students)

2016: (128 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 211st best out of 548 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Saudi Arabian students.

Saudi Arabian Quality: (211st out of 548)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 222nd out of a total 539 colleges and universities for providing value to Saudi Arabian students.

Saudi Arabian Value: (222nd out of 539)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 11,381 Nepali students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 11,381, Findlay was home to approximately 118 Nepali students.

Nepali Popularity: (10th out of 640)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 10th out of a total 640 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Nepal.

Nepali students could account for as much as 2.3% of the entire student body and as much as 20.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Nepali population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 15.9%. Over the last five years the total Nepali population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 81.9%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Nepali students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (18 students)

2012: (10 students)

2013: (8 students)

2014: (16 students)

2015: (60 students)

2016: (118 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 116th best out of 343 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Nepali students.

Nepali Quality: (116th out of 343)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 132nd out of a total 335 colleges and universities for providing value to Nepali students.

Nepali Value: (132nd out of 335)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 361,953 Chinese students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 361,953, Findlay was home to approximately 73 Chinese students.

Chinese Popularity: (325th out of 1,055)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 325th out of a total 1,055 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from China.

Chinese students could account for as much as 1.5% of the entire student body and as much as 12.5% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the past five years the total Chinese population of students on campus has shrunk. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Chinese students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (96 students)

2012: (92 students)

2013: (92 students)

2014: (94 students)

2015: (94 students)

2016: (73 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 411st best out of 798 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Chinese students.

Chinese Quality: (411st out of 798)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 277th out of a total 786 colleges and universities for providing value to Chinese students.

Chinese Value: (277th out of 786)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 16,108 Japanese students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 16,108, Findlay was home to approximately 19 Japanese students.

Japanese Popularity: (139th out of 796)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 139th out of a total 796 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Japan.

Japanese students could account for as much as 0.4% of the entire student body and as much as 3.3% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the past five years the total Japanese population of students on campus has shrunk. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Japanese students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (18 students)

2012: (24 students)

2013: (23 students)

2014: (22 students)

2015: (21 students)

2016: (19 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 248th best out of 414 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Japanese students.

Japanese Quality: (248th out of 414)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 189th out of a total 407 colleges and universities for providing value to Japanese students.

Japanese Value: (189th out of 407)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 10,887 Nigerian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 10,887, Findlay was home to approximately 9 Nigerian students.

Nigerian Popularity: (215th out of 836)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 215th out of a total 836 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Nigeria.

Nigerian students could account for as much as 0.2% of the entire student body and as much as 1.5% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Nigerian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 24.4%. Over the last five years the total Nigerian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 101.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Nigerian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2012: (0 students)

2013: (2 students)

2014: (7 students)

2015: (9 students)

2016: (9 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 211st best out of 417 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Nigerian students.

Nigerian Quality: (211st out of 417)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 223rd out of a total 408 colleges and universities for providing value to Nigerian students.

Nigerian Value: (223rd out of 408)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 59,750 South Korean students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 59,750, Findlay was home to approximately 6 South Korean students.

South Korean Popularity: (451st out of 941)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 451st out of a total 941 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from South Korea.

South Korean students could account for as much as 0.1% of the entire student body and as much as 1.0% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the past five years the total South Korean population of students on campus has shrunk. |

The chart below shows how the total number of South Korean students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (11 students)

2012: (8 students)

2013: (4 students)

2014: (4 students)

2015: (5 students)

2016: (6 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 400th best out of 567 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to South Korean students.

South Korean Quality: (400th out of 567)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 303rd out of a total 558 colleges and universities for providing value to South Korean students.

South Korean Value: (303rd out of 558)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 14,312 Vietnamese students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 14,312, Findlay was home to approximately 5 Vietnamese students.

Vietnamese Popularity: (355th out of 835)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 355th out of a total 835 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Vietnam.

Vietnamese students could account for as much as 0.1% of the entire student body and as much as 0.9% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Vietnamese population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 21.8%. Over the last five years the total Vietnamese population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 22.5%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Vietnamese students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (0 students)

2012: (3 students)

2013: (3 students)

2014: (5 students)

2015: (6 students)

2016: (5 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 303rd best out of 450 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Vietnamese students.

Vietnamese Quality: (303rd out of 450)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 216th out of a total 442 colleges and universities for providing value to Vietnamese students.

Vietnamese Value: (216th out of 442)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 1,489 Jordanian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 1,489, Findlay was home to approximately 5 Jordanian students.

Jordanian Popularity: (67th out of 430)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 67th out of a total 430 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Jordan.

Jordanian students could account for as much as 0.1% of the entire student body and as much as 0.9% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Jordanian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 17.2%. Over the last five years the total Jordanian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 86.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Jordanian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (1 students)

2012: (1 students)

2013: (3 students)

2014: (1 students)

2015: (6 students)

2016: (5 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 94th best out of 135 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Jordanian students.

Jordanian Quality: (94th out of 135)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 81st out of a total 133 colleges and universities for providing value to Jordanian students.

Jordanian Value: (81st out of 133)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 9,258 British students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 9,258, Findlay was home to approximately 4 British students.

British Popularity: (383rd out of 937)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 383rd out of a total 937 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from United Kingdom.

British students could account for as much as 0.1% of the entire student body and as much as 0.7% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total British population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 18.5%. Over the last five years the total British population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 100.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of British students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2012: (0 students)

2013: (0 students)

2014: (0 students)

2015: (2 students)

2016: (4 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 262nd best out of 467 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to British students.

British Quality: (262nd out of 467)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 206th out of a total 462 colleges and universities for providing value to British students.

British Value: (206th out of 462)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 28,520 Canadian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 28,520, Findlay was home to approximately 3 Canadian students.

Canadian Popularity: (589th out of 1,043)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 589th out of a total 1,043 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Canada.

Canadian students could account for as much as 0.1% of the entire student body and as much as 0.5% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Canadian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 12.0%. Over the last five years the total Canadian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 25.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Canadian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (1 students)

2012: (1 students)

2013: (1 students)

2014: (1 students)

2015: (2 students)

2016: (3 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 398th best out of 612 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Canadian students.

Canadian Quality: (398th out of 612)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 310th out of a total 603 colleges and universities for providing value to Canadian students.

Canadian Value: (310th out of 603)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 20,112 Taiwanese students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 20,112, Findlay was home to approximately 3 Taiwanese students.

Taiwanese Popularity: (339th out of 653)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 339th out of a total 653 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Taiwan.

Taiwanese students could account for as much as 0.1% of the entire student body and as much as 0.5% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the past five years the total Taiwanese population of students on campus has shrunk. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Taiwanese students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

2011: (11 students)

2012: (2 students)

2013: (3 students)

2014: (3 students)

2015: (4 students)

2016: (3 students)

College Factual ranks Findlay as 266th best out of 341 total colleges and universities for providing a quality educational experience to Taiwanese students.

Taiwanese Quality: (266th out of 341)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 189th out of a total 333 colleges and universities for providing value to Taiwanese students.

Taiwanese Value: (189th out of 333)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 4,800 Spanish students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 4,800, Findlay was home to approximately 3 Spanish students.

Spanish Popularity: (277th out of 729)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 277th out of a total 729 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Spain.

Spanish students could account for as much as 0.1% of the entire student body and as much as 0.5% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Spanish population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 24.0%. Over the last five years the total Spanish population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 50.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Spanish students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2012: (0 students)

2013: (0 students)

2014: (2 students)

2015: (3 students)

2016: (3 students)

An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 9,554 Brazilian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 9,554, Findlay was home to approximately 2 Brazilian students.

Brazilian Popularity: (495th out of 867)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 495th out of a total 867 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Brazil.

Brazilian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.3% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Brazilian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 21.7%. Over the last five years the total Brazilian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 25.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Brazilian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2012: (0 students)

2013: (0 students)

2014: (1 students)

2015: (1 students)

2016: (2 students)

An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 7,344 German students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 7,344, Findlay was home to approximately 2 German students.

German Popularity: (409th out of 823)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 409th out of a total 823 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Germany.

German students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.3% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total German population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 24.3%. Over the last five years the total German population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 55.4%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of German students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2012: (1 students)

2013: (2 students)

2014: (3 students)

2015: (3 students)

2016: (2 students)

An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 6,464 Bangladeshi students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 6,464, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Bangladeshi students.

Bangladeshi Popularity: (338th out of 528)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 338th out of a total 528 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Bangladeshi population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 23.0%. Over the last five years the total Bangladeshi population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of -26.7%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Bangladeshi students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2013: (5 students)

2014: (5 students)

2015: (1 students)

2016: (1 students)

An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 757 Mongolian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 757, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Mongolian students.

Mongolian Popularity: (111st out of 285)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 111st out of a total 285 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Mongolia.

Mongolian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Mongolian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 29.0%. Over the last five years the total Mongolian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 25.6%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Mongolian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2013: (1 students)

2014: (3 students)

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 8,517 Turkish students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 8,517, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Turkish students.

Turkish Popularity: (355th out of 533)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 355th out of a total 533 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Turkey.

Turkish students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Turkish population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 12.5%. Over the last five years the total Turkish population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Turkish students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2012: (1 students)

2013: (0 students)

2014: (1 students)

2015: (1 students)

2016: (1 students)

An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 2,377 Egyptian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 2,377, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Egyptian students.

Egyptian Popularity: (222nd out of 455)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 222nd out of a total 455 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Egypt.

Egyptian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Egyptian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 11.5%. Over the last five years the total Egyptian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 20.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Egyptian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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2012: (1 students)

2013: (1 students)

2014: (1 students)

2015: (1 students)

2016: (1 students)

An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 1,787 Kenyan students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 1,787, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Kenyan students.

Kenyan Popularity: (404th out of 620)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 404th out of a total 620 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Kenya.

Kenyan students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Kenyan population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 25.0%. Over the last five years the total Kenyan population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Kenyan students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 1,410 Filipino students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 1,410, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Filipino students.

Filipino Popularity: (287th out of 458)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 287th out of a total 458 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Philippines.

Filipino students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Filipino population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 25.0%. Over the last five years the total Filipino population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Filipino students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 3,940 Russian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 3,940, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Russian students.

Russian Popularity: (408th out of 616)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 408th out of a total 616 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Russia.

Russian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Russian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 25.0%. Over the last five years the total Russian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of -25.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Russian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 6,285 Indonesian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 6,285, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Indonesian students.

Indonesian Popularity: (324th out of 494)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 324th out of a total 494 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Indonesia.

Indonesian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Indonesian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 23.0%. Over the last five years the total Indonesian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Indonesian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 2,161 Ghanaian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 2,161, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Ghanaian students.

Ghanaian Popularity: (397th out of 574)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 397th out of a total 574 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Ghana.

Ghanaian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Ghanaian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 23.0%. Over the last five years the total Ghanaian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Ghanaian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 6,635 French students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 6,635, Findlay was home to approximately 1 French students.

French Popularity: (512nd out of 717)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 512nd out of a total 717 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from France.

French students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total French population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 23.0%. Over the last five years the total French population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of French students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 1,893 Swedish students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 1,893, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Swedish students.

Swedish Popularity: (372nd out of 581)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 372nd out of a total 581 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Sweden.

Swedish students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Swedish population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 23.0%. Over the last five years the total Swedish population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Swedish students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 5,815 Colombian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 5,815, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Colombian students.

Colombian Popularity: (478th out of 697)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 478th out of a total 697 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Colombia.

Colombian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Colombian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 3.0%. Over the last five years the total Colombian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Colombian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 5,236 Thai students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 5,236, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Thai students.

Thai Popularity: (423rd out of 570)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 423rd out of a total 570 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Thailand.

Thai students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the past five years the total Thai population of students on campus has shrunk. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Thai students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 7,066 Malaysian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 7,066, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Malaysian students.

Malaysian Popularity: (372nd out of 528)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 372nd out of a total 528 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Malaysia.

Malaysian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Malaysian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 23.0%. Over the last five years the total Malaysian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Malaysian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 833 Ukrainian students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 833, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Ukrainian students.

Ukrainian Popularity: (242nd out of 410)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 242nd out of a total 410 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Ukraine.

Ukrainian students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Ukrainian population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 3.0%. Over the last five years the total Ukrainian population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Ukrainian students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 11,668 Kuwaiti students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 11,668, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Kuwaiti students.

Kuwaiti Popularity: (246th out of 313)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 246th out of a total 313 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Kuwait.

Kuwaiti students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Kuwaiti population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 25.0%. Over the last five years the total Kuwaiti population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Kuwaiti students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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An analysis of student visa data suggests that in 2016 as many as 11,679 Mexican students came to the U.S. to study at American colleges and universities. From this pool of 11,679, Findlay was home to approximately 1 Mexican students.

Mexican Popularity: (509th out of 752)

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College Factual ranks Findlay as 509th out of a total 752 colleges and universities for sheer popularity with students from Mexico.

Mexican students could account for as much as 0.0% of the entire student body and as much as 0.2% of the international student body at Findlay. |

Over the last five years the total Mexican population of students on campus has grown at a rate of 3.0%. Over the last five years the total Mexican population of students on campus has grown at an average rate of 0.0%. |

The chart below shows how the total number of Mexican students at Findlay has grown over the past five years.

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The fact that The University of Findlay has a large community of international students is a good sign. It is likely the school has robust International Student Services as well as clubs, groups, and associations.

The University of Findlay costs approximately USD 44,405 for international students to attend. College Factual ranks the value of this school for international students as 334th out of 1,148

Learn more about out-of-state tuition at The University of Findlay.

### How many international students are at Findlay?

There are approximately 584 international students at Findlay; they make up 11.6% of all total students.

### How much does it cost for an international student to attend Findlay?

Out-of-state tuition at Findlay is USD 32,402 per year. This does not include room and board or additional student fees that may add to your costs. Go to the Findlay tuition & fees page for more information, and contact the school for details.

### Is there financial help available for international students?

Contact the school to see what kind of scholarships, grants, financial aid or loans may be available to you as an international student.

### Can I work on campus?

Some schools set aside on-campus jobs for international students to help them defray costs. Check in early to apply to these jobs as they may go quickly.

### Are there international student associations on campus?

Contact the school to see what kind of student services, associations, clubs, and groups are open to you as an international student.