http://www.sru-lika-gospic.com/plemjanik/gigabet/1063 The Institute of International Education (IIE), has just published its latest enrolment numbers showing a small increase in foreign student enrolments.
http://diebrueder.ch/piskodral/8426 IIE, which focuses on International Student Exchange and Aid, Foreign Affairs, and International Peace and Security, co-operates with the US Department of State in releasing its Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.
site de rencontre gratuit chaud The 2018/19 academic year saw a rise of 0.05% in international enrolments – total foreign students are now a little over one million (1,095,300) and make up 5.5% of the total US student numbers.
Optional Practical Training (OPT) which permits students to remain in the US to work for up to three years is highlighted as a key contributor to the marginal increase. Removing OPT from the numbers sees international student enrolments slide by 2.1% to 872,215.
While first-time enrolments (commencements) were also down by 0.9% from the previous year, that shows a smaller decline than that registered in 2017/18 (-6.6%) and 2016/17 (-3%).
http://c-comme-cora.fr/zestoretic Strong Presidential message that Chinese students are welcome
Despite increased tensions between the US and China, President Trump in his video presentation within the IIE/Education USA livestreamed event welcomed foreign students and especially those from China. Emphasising how they are valued guests to the US, he said: “There was a rumour that we were going to close schools to China…that is so false. I want them coming.”
Overall, international students contribute almost $45billion to the US economy; Marie Royce (Assistant Under Secretary of State for Education and Cultural Affairs) stated that Chinese students alone contributed $15billion during 2018.
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