Why is the US losing International students?

August 2, 2021

“If this [the pandemic] isn’t the wake-up call to do things differently, to diversify, I don’t know what is.” – Adrian Mutton, Founder & CEO of Sannam S4.

“It’s a lot harder work to recruit 500 students from six different countries than 500 students from China,” American higher education prides itself on being a brilliant beacon, attracting generations of students from around the globe. But has that beacon, bright for decades, may have begun to dim?

Some experts think there has been too much focus on the “two P’s” — the pandemic and politics — and not enough attention to some of the cracks in the foundation that threaten the stability of international enrollments.

Why is the US losing International students?

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