International admissions up in U.S. grad schools

Applications to U.S. graduate schools from international students surged in 2011, reaffirming the strength of American institutions in an increasingly competitive market for prosperous foreign students, according to an annual survey by the Council of Graduate Schools, reports the Washington Post. America’s flagship public universities depend on a growing population of international students to supply the revenue they no longer get from their states…

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