British Universities Fear Loss of Foreign Students
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Britain instituted new visa rules this year, and many universities are reporting early indications that their international enrollments could be down by as much as 20 percent, The Guardian reported. Universities report that some find the visa system complicated and that others are getting rejected for visas -- and then turning to options in Australia or the United States.