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June 13, 2019 Thursday 08:08:48 AM IST

Indian Student Enrolments in US Universities Double in a Decade

International Edu News

Enrolment of Indian students in US universities have doubled compared to a decade ago. In 2018, 196,000 students enrolled in US institutions of higher education. Indians represent 17% of the total international student population in USA.
“The United States offers a warm welcome to all international students,” remarked CDA MaryKay Carlson.  “International students on U.S. campuses strengthen America’s knowledge base and capacity for innovation, and foster future business and other ties.  International educational exchanges create an understanding of new viewpoints and cultures, which is necessary as students enter an increasingly competitive global marketplace.”



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