At present, nearly 5.4% of students in US colleges sleet from various overseas nations– a 14% up from previous year and an 85% rise from 10 years ago. The 1.2 million overseas students pursuing studies in the United States contribute nearly $34.6 billion total in tuition as well as other spending.
As per the 2014 Open Doors Data, 65% of funding for international students comes from family and personal finances, but 78% also say the entice to the States comes from more dynamic university employment efforts. In fact, 19% reports that the American Colleges covered part of the costs either trail programs or overseas government scholarship programs.
At present, nearly 50% of all international students come from China, South Korea and India collectively. While the leading places of source were all Asian at the start of the century, 2015 witnesses a blend of Asian Canadian and Middle Eastern.
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