The impact of coronavirus related travel restrictions on Chinese students studying in the US has been limited, as the vast majority were already on campus when measures were put in place, a survey by IIE has found.
International student first time enrolment at US institutions continued to decline for the third year running, new data has revealed. But the 0.9% decrease suggests the decline is levelling, and OPT remains a draw.
Graduates in the US are less inclined to join overseas learning programs due to a lack of opportunities stakeholders have said, after IIE released a report showing that only 3.4% of students in US graduate programs participated in overseas learning activities in 2016/17.
The first ever Global Forum for the Institute of International Education’s PEER initiative was held in New York City on April 4, and brought together international educators and facilitators to discuss refugee education in 2019.