Report: International study increases among US students, universities

11/14/2011 | USA Today

More US students are earning credits overseas, and the number of foreign students studying at American colleges and universities also is on the rise. Americans going abroad for school increased 3.9%, according to the Institute of International Education, while foreign students in the US climbed 4.7%. The continued increase of the past few years comes after international study stagnated because of security concerns in the US following Sept. 11, 2001.

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