More Foreign Students Buy a US Education

While US legislators seem to be driving Americans from attending college, our colleges still sell well around  the world.  The Institute of International Education reported in 2011 there were 5.7 percent more international students than the year before, totaling 764,495 students.   This is not true of all foreign countries.In 2010 there were 14 percent fewer students from Japan studying in the U.S. This  could reflect the aging of the Japanese economy or the maturation of the Japanese education system t the point where a US education is not to all that important.

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