Diversity Grows at U.S. Universities
For decades, international students have sought education at America's top institutions. Their numbers have increased a remarkable 32 percent over the past 10 years, with a 5.7-percent increase in 2011-2012 alone. Over half of these students come from Asian countries, with China, India and South Korea leading the way. But there are changes afoot that could fundamentally alter the face of international education. What does it mean? Only time will tell.
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<p>International Students - An infographic by Northeastern University College of Professional Studies. <a href="http://cps.neu.edu/prospective-students/infographics/international-students.php?a=shared">Diversity Grows at U.S. Universities</a></p>