Relationship between Personal Well-Being and Academic Achievement among Pakistani International Students Studying in ChinaJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 12)
Publication Date: 2020-12-05
Authors : Amna Khalid Chaudhry; Zainab Ikram;
Page : 1718-1721
Keywords : Personal Well-Being; Academic Achievement; Pakistani International Students;
This study explored the relationship between academic achievement and personal well-being of a sample of 85 students (Male=72), (Female=13) studying at the prestigious universities (Pakistani international students) in China enrolled in the scholarship program. The sample comprised 10 undergraduate language diploma students, 44 Master's, and 10 Post-Graduate students. The students who were not in the People Republic of China during the epidemic was excluded from the survey. Due to the epidemic situation, the data collection was done through an online website as a survey method. The relationship between academic achievement the previous grade and expected grade point was self-administered by the respondents. Personal well-being and the demographic group differences including gender, age, educational level were assessed. In addition, the personal well-being index (PWI-A) for adults was used to analyze the personal-wellbeing of the student population. A positive correlation was identified between academic achievement (expected grade point) with subjective well-being (.913**) Whereas, there was no significant correlation between (previous grade) academic achievement and subjective well-being respectively. Testing Anova for the group differences, there were no significant differences between the demographic groups respectively. Keywords: Personal Well-Being, Academic Achievement, Pakistani International Students.
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