November 18, 2005
Enrollment of Foreign Students Falls for a 2nd Year
But recent surveys suggest the decline could end soon
The number of foreign students who enrolled at American colleges and universities fell for the second consecutive year in 2004, with much of the damage seen in the graduate schools, where international enrollments dropped for the first time in nearly 10 years.
These results appear in the latest edition of "Open Doors," an annual report on international academic mobility that is published by the Institute of International
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