International Student Mobility Trends 2015: An Economic Perspective

By By Alejandro Ortiz, Li Chang, Yuanyuan Fang – in WES-WENR publication.

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 upper-middle-income economies and countries with large national scholarship programs, which marks a significant shift from before the 2008 financial crisis.

Check:

http://wenr.wes.org/2015/02/international-student-mobility-trends-2015-an-economic-perspective/?mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRonsq3KZKXonjHpfsXw4u0tXLHr08Yy0EZ5VunJEUWy2YQETdQ%2FcOedCQkZHblFnV8JTa22SK0NqaQL

Povl Tiedemann
February 2015

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