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International Students are Deferring U.S. Study Plans, New Survey Finds

For the fall 2019-2020 academic year, new international student enrollment at U.S. universities decreased by 43 percent compared to the previous school year, according...

Scholarship Offers Syrian Women Opportunity to Pursue Higher Education

It’s estimated that between 100,000 and 200,000 Syrian youth have been displaced from higher education since 2011 as a result of the conflict in...

International Students Provide Colleges a Mutually Beneficial Relationship

As state legislatures continue to slash spending on higher education and colleges and universities face continually declining enrollment, more institutions are turning their attention...

IIE Creates $1M Endowment in Honor of Beau Biden to Aid...

The Institute of International Education (IIE) announced a $1 million endowment in honor of former Attorney General of Delaware Beau Biden, who died in...

Institutions Go Beyond Recruitment to Support and Retain International Students

International students are streaming onto American college campuses in unprecedented numbers. However, many of them face significant financial and academic hurdles as they advance...