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Trump Effect: College Applications from Foreign Students Down

Survey reveals that four in ten US colleges have experienced a decline in international applicants for the Fall 2017 term.

Foreign students in US at record high, China, India fuel boom

Twenty-seven percent of STEM students studying engineering in the U.S. are from India.

IIE Open Doors 2020: US hosts 1 million students for 5th year in a row

China (35%) and India (18%) maintain their positions as the top two source countries.

Top Five Megatrends Captured by the Open Doors Report

Many US schools experienced a fall in overseas applicants, especially for two-year MBA courses.

In 20 years, international tertiary student numbers have increased 200% - OECD

Education at a Glance, the OECD's annual report, reveals key trends in international education. Here's a brief overview.

Here is Why International Students Are Important to the US

Domestic enrollments are sliding down even as international enrollments in the higher education sector are scaling up. What are the causes and the consequences of both? Read more below.

US sees a 66% decline in enrolment for first-time Indian graduates

US universities are seeing a sharp decline in their biggest international markets China and India, according to new data published by the Council of Graduate Schools.

France is keen to welcome back international students

As higher education destinations consider opening their doors to international students, France takes the lead.

More than 1 million international students in the US but new enrollments are decreasing

The Open Doors report proves beyond doubt that US is still the number one choice for international students. But, will it stay that way? There is reason for doubt.

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