Now is the time: international student enrollment is up at U.S. universities

Now is the time: international student enrollment is up at U.S. universities

[caption id="attachment_231" align="aligncenter" width="640" caption="University of Colorado, Boulder. By J Lannone"][/caption] School has begun and the numbers are flowing in; international student enrollment is up at many U.S. universities. Kansas State University degree programs have been attracting students from countries such as China, Saudi Arabia, and Korea. Assistant Provost,Kristine Young stated:

"What is most exciting about our international enrollment is that it has now more than doubled since 1997 -- the first year K-State began its international student recruitment initiative. We're thrilled our efforts have been meeting with success in such a short time, and we plan to continue recruiting students from all across the globe"
Other universities seeing a rise in international student enrollment are Washington State University, which saw a 45 percent increase in their international student freshmen class, and the University of Colorado, Boulder. Director of International Education, Larry Bell:
"Students from around the world help expand classroom discussions, expose domestic students to future potential business and research partners, and contribute in a very positive way to the local Boulder community."
With continued recruitment, now is the time to begin your dream of studying in the U.S.A.