For international students, COVID-19 has jumbled post-graduation plans

By Jared Weber

UNC senior Samara Bie works on job applications from her Chapel Hill apartment. Bie, an international student from China, must secure a job within 60 days of graduating in May in order to extend her F-1 visa. (Photo courtesy of Samara Bie)

International students make up a large contingent of undergraduates and graduate students at Triangle universities. As Jared Weber reports, some of these students have seen their future plans in the U.S. turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic.



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