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The Determinants of life satisfaction among Chinese students in Finland and Russia

  title={The Determinants of life satisfaction among Chinese students in Finland and Russia},
  author={Irina Svergun},
The studies of international students’ well-being are of growing significance nowadays, as they are directly aligned with fundamental strategic goals of colleges and universities accepting continuously increasing amount of international students. It is also important for the societies investing money in attracting and retaining young talented professionals, as people believe that recruiting young professionals is essential for sustainable economic development of their countries. International… 

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