With its growing influence as the largest sender and third-largest recipient of international students, China is the prime mover of mobility trends globally.
Last year, international enrollments in non-degree programs dropped by nearly 10 percent in the U. S., in part due to erratic foreign government support.
The Bologna Process has spurred substantial growth in international student movement within the EHEA over the past two decades, albeit unevenly.
New international student enrollment in U.S. higher education dropped 6.6 percent for the 2017/18 academic year. Can U.S. HEIs reverse the trend?
Stefan Trines, Research Editor, WENR This education profile describes recent trends in Ethiopian education and student mobility and provides an overview of the structure of the education system of Ethiopia. Note that some websites linked as sources in this article may be intermittently inaccessible. An…