This book seeks to explore the reentry experiences, including transitions, reverse culture shock and coping styles Taiwanese student sojourners used during reentry. The findings show that returned student sojourners spent 1 to 6 months going through role changes and psychological changes during the transition period. In addition, four themes: Taiwanese people, the job market, the living environment and personal issues emerged describing returned student sojourners'' reverse culture shock. Moreover returned student sojourners'' coping styles fall into the proactive and resocilaized re- enterers, and their curves of adjustment are U- shaped and J-shaped. External student sojourners in their locus of control took less time than their internal counterparts. Most returned student sojourners can adjust themselves back to Taiwan''s society within 15 months following their reentry.