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Higher Education: Challenges in Attracting International Students to the U.S. and Implications for Global Competitiveness: Congressional Testimony
George A. Scott (au)
More international students obtain a higher educ. in the U.S. than in any other country. For those students returning home after their studies, such exchanges support fed. public diplomacy efforts & can improve understanding among nations. International students have earned about 1/3 or more of all U.S. degrees at both the masterís & doctoral levels in several of the science, tech., engineer., & math fields. Yet recent trends, including a drop in international student enrollment in U.S. colleges & univ., & policy changes after 9/11, have raised concerns about whether the U.S. will continue to attract talented international students to its univ. This testimony includes themes from a Sept. 2006 forum on current trends in international enrollment in the U.S. & abroad.
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