Financial Aid for Brazilian Students in the US
December 17th, 2012 by Jennifer Frankel

When it comes to international higher education in the United States it is hard to ignore the elephant (and tiger) in the room. Indeed, according to the latest Open Doors data, China and India represented the two leading places of origin for students coming to the United States. Together they account for more than a third of the total number of inbound students, China (25.4%) and India (13.1%) are clearly too big to ignore. Still, those who focus on these two titans to the exclusion of other emerging markets like Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Mexico, and especially Brazil do so at their peril. After all, the long tail of international student exchange means that broad-based recruitment efforts encourage both campus diversity and long-term success. Read the rest of this entry »

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