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Is it:

International students represent no more than 15% of the students that select math as a major.

Or

International students represent no more than 15% of students that select math as a major.

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It's entirely a stylistic choice whether to include a "determiner" (the, those) or not in your cited context. But I suspect that on average, most writers wouldn't (and those that do would probably be more likely to use those than the anyway).

You might find this NGram chart useful. Among other things, it suggests that most writers would use who rather than that in your cited context.

(transcribed directly from earlier comments)

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