More international applicants -- especially from China -- want to enroll in graduate programs in the United States.
Months after faculty members voted down plan to charge foreign students U.S. tuition for program entirely abroad, a scaled-back program wins approval.
U.S. graduate schools accept more from abroad, especially from China.
State Department reports sharp rise in number of Chinese seeking visas to study in the United States.
Study of the country and its language is booming at U.S. colleges -- and changes in high schools may swell enrollments further.
Leaders of Asian universities brief American counterparts on top issues -- with considerable commonality from country to country.
Scientists have grabbed the headlines, but some artists and art students may have visa woes of their own.
ETS faces first real challenge to its test for students seeking to demonstrate English proficiency to American colleges.
For the first time since 2002, enrollment of first-time graduate students from abroad is up.
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