Thursday, August 30, 2018

Pew predicts decline in International Enrollment

As the fall semester begins, reports of declining enrollments in the U.S.A are starting to roll in. A Pew Report indicates that international and domestic student numbers will be down for many campuses. The pattern varies across the U.S. with the Midwest and Texas likely to drop the most. The reasons for predicted declines are the typical items - scaling back of scholarship programs in some countries (Saudi Arabia and Brazil in particular), competition from other countries (Canada, Australia, and Germany), visa restrictions being toughened, and perceptions of a hostile climate for internationals. 

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