While the U.S. continues to lead in enrolling international students, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels and in public and private universities, new trends are emerging, raising questions about future patterns:
- What factors will play the strongest role in international students’ enrollment decisions?
- How do issues such as national politics, a welcoming environment, tuition and cost of living in the U.S. affect students’ choices?
- Which countries are seeing greater numbers of international students and why?
- What lies ahead?
Three distinguished experts will provide information on international student mobility, assessing the options with which students are presented---different nations, academic programs, branch campuses, online programs, and more
Rahul Choudaha - Executive Vice President of Global Engagement, Research & Intelligence at StudyPortals and CSHE Research Associate
Karin Fischer- Chronicle Higher Education and CSHE Research Associate
Ivor Emmanuel - Director International Office, UC Berkeley
Margaret Heisel, CSHE Senior Associate
Join us for our observations about the changing market for international graduate and undergraduate students, the impact of changing visa/immigration debates/policies, and the challenges international students face once they enroll in a US university.