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There are many International students that attend East Texas University There are Hispanics Russians and Chinese that attend this institution I talked to Mario and he said that East Texas really helps the International students in many ways Some of the ways they give help to the International students are financial support and offer them on-campus jobs for other ways of financial support Some of the on-campus jobs that they offer are maintenance security working in the computer labs and in the mailroomThe advantages for attending a state school is that the schools in the US are easier here than in Mexico There is more interest in sports in the US than in Mexico The sports facilities are a lot bigger and nicer in the US In Mexico math is pushed harder for students to know than in the US Mario Sports are one of the biggest activities in the US and this makes school fun and exciting As in Mexico there is only school this makes it boring Mario The disadvantage for coming to an institution in the US is that Mexican institutions are cheaper and the price of living here is higher also In the US the food is more expensive and there are more places to eat here Mario The first semester of school in the US is hard because there is a lot to get to know I took Mario one year to get to know the English language Mario took ESL for one year and this helped him out a lot Mario I have learned for Mario that the institutions in the US are better for people to learn and it is a better learning environment Mario also said that he would send his kids to the US to learn Mario It has been a good experience for Mario to come to the US to learn the English language and the English culture
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