3 critical graduate school considerations for international students


Despite worries that the U.S. economy and the rising cost of higher education will lead to fewer students applying, one set of graduate applicants seems undeterred: international students, U.S. News reports. Last year, first-time enrollment of international graduate students in the United States rose by 8 percent–the largest increase in 5 years, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Council of Graduate Schools. While it’s clear that an increasing number of international students want to earn a graduate degree in the United States, there are three important issues that these students must weigh before applying

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