International Students

Good news for higher ed: Applications are on the rise for fall 2023

College applications are up for fall 2023, the Common App's latest numbers show, including underrepresented and first-generation students.  

How badly did study abroad programs suffer this past school year?

During the 2020-2021 academic year, participation in the programs declined by 96% compared to the previous year, according to a new report from Open Doors.

How is the Russia-Ukraine war impacting international student exchange?

As uncertainty reigns, colleges and universities must consider the effects on Russians and Ukranians studying in the U.S. and provide robust resources.

These 5 colleges earn high marks for international and study abroad success

NAFSA honors one community college, one public university and three private institutions for their impact on global learning.

What omicron’s global spread could mean to international students

Despite perceived threat of omicron, higher education programs have proven to be adaptable during pandemic.

Open Doors: The 5 key areas hurt by lack of international student mobility

Declines during the pandemic affected education pathways to and from the U.S., but these states and institutions fared best.

Welcome back: Signs of COVID-19 rebound are occurring for international students

IIE's latest fall Snapshot report indicates hopeful signs to higher ed leaders that global restrictions are easing.

The 6 areas that are essential in supporting international students

Challenges remain, but the future looks bright for those studying and seeking more opportunities in the U.S.

6 powerful ways to connect with international students

Western New England finds success through tradition.

International students get backing of top U.S. leaders despite travel restrictions

Biden team promises to lend further support to programs even though COVID travel restrictions remain in place.

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