Proposed plans to introduce ‘extreme vetting’ for some would-be travellers to the US, if implemented, will also damage higher education and research collaboration, educational and scientific organisations have said.
At the 35th annual Association of International Education Administrators conference in Washington DC this week, concerns were high as stakeholders reevaluated student mobility and international partnerships.
After a huge shock win for Donald Trump in the US presidential election, educators in the US and overseas have reacted with concern that the victory will damage the US's reputation as a welcoming destination as well as curtail work opportunities for international students in the country.
There is a sense of unease around the vociferous campaigning of Donald Trump and the impact that his message may have on international students as they weigh up their international study destination options. LeRoy Jones reports on research and views from the sector on the rise of Trump.