November 16, 2009
Top Destinations Compete for Growing Numbers of Foreign Students
For the past year or so, educators in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Britain have been worrying over whether the global financial meltdown would shut down the international student market. Would students see both their banks accounts and their job prospects abroad dry up, and simply choose to stay home?
The answer, over all, seems to be no. These top destination countries are all reporting relatively robust international enrollments this fall.
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