The table and pie charts present the statistic of local and international research students in terms of genders in 2001 and 2010. Overall, in both years, the number of local students was higher than international students and in both categories, male students occupied more proportion.

According to the table, in 2001 the number of local research students was relatively very high at 33657 students, while international students was only 5192 students, 6 times lower than local students. The trend kept appear in 2010 when the local students still accounted for a lot of place in the total student when they had 39488 students and international students were only 14593. The number of student in 2010 was higher than in 2001, 54081 and 38849, respectively.

In the pie chart, it was presented that in 2001, male student proportion in international students was 9% , a lot more than femaleâ€™s when they only had 4%. However, the statistic of the two genders both stayed at 43% in local students category. In 2010, the proportion of female student in local rose up and surpassed male at 15%, while maleâ€™s percentage was 12%, a difference of 3%. In contrast, in terms of international student, male student was higher than female, at 39% and 35%, respectively. From 2001 to 2010, as the pie chart presents, the international research students had occupied more percentage over the time aat 13% in 2001 and 27% in 2010 and it made local studentsâ€™s statistic went down from 87% to 73% in 2010.

The table and pie charts show the statistics of domestic and international research students by gender in 2001 and 2010. Overall, in both years, the number of local students was higher than the number of international students, and in both categories, the proportion of male students was higher.

According to the table, in 2001, the number of local research students was relatively very high at 33657 students, while the number of international students was only 5192 students, 6 times lower than the number of local students. The trend kept appearing in 2010, when the local students still accounted for a lot of place in the total student when they had 39488 students and international students were only 14593. The number of students in 2010 was higher than in 2001, 54081 and 38849 respectively.

In the pie chart, it was presented that in 2001, the proportion of male students in international students was 9%, much more than the proportion of female students when they had only 4%. However, the statistics of both genders remained at 43% in the category of domestic students. In 2010, the proportion of female students in local students increased and surpassed male at 15%, while maleâ€™s proportion was 12%, a difference of 3%. In contrast, in terms of international students, male students were higher than female students at 39% and 35%, respectively. From 2001 to 2010, as the pie chart shows, the international research student had occupied more percentage over the time aat 13% in 2001 and 27% in 2010, and it made the local studentâ€™s statistic went down from 87% to 73% in 2010.