American Colleges with International Reach: How U.S. Education Goes Global
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Confronted with stronger rhetoric on immigration, increasing restrictions on student visas, and rising tuition, American universities are struggling to attract foreign students. Aside from enriching the global culture of their American peers, foreign students have provided crucial contributions to the U.S. economy and some of the nation’s most successful companies.
Amid a drop in international enrollment, potential changes in student visa rules and headline admission scandals, how do universities engage globally?
Higher-education experts in international engagement will address these challenges and advise how universities are a key factor in making Atlanta global.
- Jacobus Boers, Assistant Dean for International Engagement, Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University
- Wolfgang Schlör, Associate Provost for International Initiatives, Georgia State University
- Jin Jin, President & CEO, Atlanta International Education Group
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