Foreign Students in U.S.

Commissions and Foreign Students

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Many admissions officers remain opposed to the way many agents recruit abroad -- even as the practice spreads.

International Grad Enrollments Up

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3% increase in number of first year students is the result of continued surge in interest from China.

From São Paulo to Seoul

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Universities establish physical presences abroad -- and some consider new model that would bypass the controversy over commission-based agents.

Michigan State's Libya Ties

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The London School of Economics and Political Science is in the midst of a major academic scandal over ties to the government of Libya, including questions about the legitimacy of a Ph.D. awarded to a son of Muammar el-Qaddafi's, connections between administrators and a foundation controlled by the Libyan dictator, and training provided by the London School of Economics to Libyan government officials.

More Grad Students Eyeing U.S.

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The rate of increase for international graduate student applications to U.S. institutions (sharply up) stays stable, but last year's gap between China and all other sending countries closes slightly.

At Home on Campus, Not in Country

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Many international students feel at home on their college campuses, but have a low sense of belonging in the U.S. and problems making the transition to American culture, a survey finds.

Holding the Line on Agents

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Admissions group releases draft policy that explicitly bars paying commissions for recruiting students -- in the U.S. or abroad.

Agents, Diversity, Service Learning

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At gathering of international educators, commission-based recruiting remains a hot topic; other areas of discussion include gay international students and links between extracurricular and curricular.

What Motivates International Students?

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Survey finds different priorities send them to different destinations.

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