International Student Mobility Trends 2015: An Economic Perspective

By Alejandro Ortiz, Li Chang, Yuanyuan Fang, Research & Advisory Services, WES International students contributed almost $27 billion dollars to the U.S. economy in 2014, which corresponds to a 12 percent increase versus 2013 ($24 billion). The growth has been driven largely by students from…

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Is There a New Wave of Indian Undergraduate Students Heading to the U.S.?

Li Chang, Research & Advisory Services, WES Dubbed Gen-Q, an increasing number of India’s college-age population (and their families) now have the financial wherewithal to fund an overseas education. However, Indian enrollments at U.S. institutions of higher education, especially at the undergraduate level, have been…

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Trends in International Student Mobility

Rahul Choudaha, Research & Advisory Services, Li Chang, Research & Advisory Services, WES International student recruitment is becoming integral to the financial health of many institutions of higher education in the United States. The current environment of budgetary cuts and increasing global competition is forcing…

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