Navitas Insights: Growth or decline? The factors behind future US international student enrollments

3rd Oct, 2019   Feature story:

When thinking about global education in the United States these days, it’s easy to point out what’s wrong. Data shows falling new international student enrollments over the past two years. Experts are quick to point to higher tuition prices, concerns about safety and student visa uncertainty – as well as the rising number of lower-cost, higher-quality alternatives in other countries. But is this deepening deficit-mindedness warranted? Is the US destined to stay around one million international students through the 2020s and beyond?

Paul Joy, Assistant Director Partnership Development with Navitas North America, looks at a few possibilities of what lies ahead for international education in the US. It's our feature article this month!

Read the full article on the Navitas Insights website.

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