How American is SAS?

Have you ever wondered what percentage of the SAS student body is ACTUALLY American? People’s estimates tend to vary from anything between 75% to 95%, but you’ll be fascinated to find out those guesses are far from the actual percentage. Read more to learn about the top 10 passports held by the students of SAS.

#1 United States: 62%

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Matt Meehan, junior, holds an American passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#2 India: 7%

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Atulya Venkataraman, junior, holds an Indian passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#3 Singapore: 6%

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Shaun Lim, sophomore, holds a Singapore passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#4 Korea: 6%

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Jong Hyun Cha, junior, holds a Korean passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#5 Canada: 3%

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Ryan Seck, sophomore, holds a Canadian passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#6 China: 2%

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Cindy Qin, sophomore, holds a Chinese passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#7 Japan: 2%

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Hana Braitsch, sophomore, holds a Japanese passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#8 Philippines: 2%

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Migs Dimayacyac, sophomore, holds a Philippine passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#9 UK: 2%

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Izzie Riant, senior, holds a British passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

#10 Australia: 1%

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Charlotte Reimer, junior, holds an Australian passport. Photo taken by Yana Mihova.

The remaining 7% of the student body is made up of people who hold passports from other countries, such as Bangladesh, Hungary and Kuwait.

Information found on sas.edu.sg.

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