August 21, 2014
By Elizabeth Redden
Foreign applications to U.S. graduate schools and initial admission offers to international students continue to increase, driven by a surge of interest from India and despite a slight drop in applications from China, according to a new survey on international graduate admissions from the Council of Graduate Schools. International student applications increased by 10 percent at American graduate schools this year – the ninth consecutive year of growth – while initial admission offers rose by 9 percent, marking the fourth straight year of 9 percent increases.
In short, one big takeaway from the CGS data is “more of the same,” at least as far as the last two years are concerned. The findings are consistent with those included in recent reports from the council documenting modest declines in applications from China after years of significant growth and big gains in students from India, the two largest countries of origin for international students in the U.S.
Read the entire article at https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2014/08/21/new-report-international-admissions-us-graduate-schools-shows-continued-growth-and
The material included in this blog is a collaborative sharing of ideas by ISI staff, volunteers and partner organizations. The content of this blog is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as an endorsement by ISI. You can search the content using the search box above.