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Language Challenges of International StudentsInternational students are often excited about the launch of the first semester in the United States, but there are some obstacles that arise naturally in a new country and the academicenvironment. The experience of studying in the United States has a positive impact on the lives of other international students. This document sought to identify the factors that arise when international students move to study in the United States. International students play an important role in American higher education because of their different views will contribute to the internationalization of American classrooms and improve teaching, research, economics, and quality. Ejiofo (2013) explains the problems faced by international students when they have new teachers, including some university professors, who want the experience of co-operation learningand encouraging participation in and outside of class. International students can experience culture shock when they approach US college students.The problems faced by international students in American universities and universities have a growing knowledge base. Most college experience occurs after class, and socially integrated international students can be a problem. The responsibility of the academic counselor is not only to register student classes but also to encourage them to attend the university and find academic curricula. Universities have many ways to address the needs of international students; these include the development of global philosophy, the understanding of the necessary skills andas sensitivity to the prospects of international students to improve their experiences in the UnitedStates (Ejiofo, 2013).The objective of this study was to identify the challenges faced by international students in the United States. The study focuses on factors that may have an impact on international
students for success in academic and social life, and that is very important for international students. How is an international student? Studying another language is more difficult. They need more time to study, do homework and solve problems. Normally, most of these things need more time to show their true potential. They must face fears and be more in the host society. The study is not easy. Understanding what is written in the books and also writing what they receive for exams can be very difficult. A native student needs nine hours a week to study a particular subject, international students need a minimum of two more times to get the same result. It's the same as writing essays and doing your job. Often, even if they try more, they get fewer grades.