Why is growth in Chinese student mobility decelerating, what financial risk does this pose to U.S. institutions, and what led to this overreliance?
Even with a strong rise in OPT enrollment, growth in the total number of international students studying and working in the U.S. this past year was marginal.
This article describes Germany’s current trends in inbound student mobility and profiles the steps the country has taken to facilitate student inflows.
WES surveyed 1,655 international alumni who graduated between 2012 and 2019 to gauge their perception of the ROI on their U.S. education.
With its growing influence as the largest sender and third-largest recipient of international students, China is the prime mover of mobility trends globally.