Erudition of International Students Through Maslow’s Theory with the perspective of Humanism

Jiang Ling


The major aim of education is to establish a strong foundation for an individual’s development through self-learning in the life. The impact of Maslow theory can be seen on international students by dividing it into five parts. The present research is about Maslow hierarchy, characteristics of international students and their needs. The international students are learning through Maslow’s theory with the help of the behave of teachers while it is happening consciously or unconsciously even if they do not know it. According to some humanists’ views, it is compulsory to study and observe a person fully particularly individual progress and advancement in period of life and self-inspiration and goal defining are certain concerns. The present paper focuses the impact of Maslow’s Theory on international students.


Erudition of International Students, Maslow’s Theory, , perspective of Humanism

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