Original research, new insights: International students with a budget of over $50k a year are more than twice as likely to consider being in or close to a major city as “very important.”
From 2011-2016, Brazil’s Science without Borders funded short-term study in the United States. Can its replacement, tentatively named the Brazilian Universities Excellence Initiative, achieve more strategic and sustainable internationalization goals?
A look at the policies and practices that have affected international student mobility to Canada since 2001. What can U.S. enrollment managers learn by looking north?
A look at how student flows from key Latin American countries may shift over the mid- to long-term. Despite the current political climate and a near-term slowdown, the overall outlook remains encouraging.
China is seeking to transform into the world’s top international higher education destination by 2020. What is the likelihood it can succeed?