Almost 1.5 million international graduates obtained authorisation to remain and work in the US through the Optional Practical Training program between 2004 and 2016, with nearly three-quarters coming from Asia, a new report has revealed.
US higher ed should grasp opportunities to rethink internationalisation, which means not sanitising study abroad and ensuring authentic connections overseas and at home. So said Leymah Gbowee, Nobel peace prize winner, to AIEA delegates.
Is college an outdated term? So said Michael Crow, renowned president of Arizona State University, who spoke to 40 US state governors at the weekend and told them how imperative it is that higher educate transforms and innovates.
The decrease in international student enrolments in the US has forced many universities to cut their budgets, but international offices maintain investment, with Study Group and others signing new deals.