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  • Study in America: Top 5 countries sending students to US

    Study in America: Top 5 countries sending students to US

    A record number of international students – 690,923 – attended colleges and universities in the United States during the 2009-10 academic year, according to the just-released "Open Doors" report. Which countries sent the most students? Here is a countdown of the top five places, using data from the Institute of International Education, which publishes this survey annually.

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  • Record number of Chinese students flock to US colleges

    Record number of Chinese students flock to US colleges

    The recession meant fewer Americans went abroad to study last year, and some countries sent fewer students to US colleges. But the number of Chinese students in the US increased by 30 percent.

  • Study in America: Top 5 countries sending students to US

    Study in America: Top 5 countries sending students to US

    A record number of international students – 690,923 – attended colleges and universities in the United States during the 2009-10 academic year, according to the just-released "Open Doors" report. Which countries sent the most students? Here is a countdown of the top five places, using data from the Institute of International Education, which publishes this survey annually.

  • US college degrees: Still the best among world's top universities?

    US college degrees: Still the best among world's top universities?

    A US college degree has been the gold standard. But global economics and a crisis of confidence may be pushing the US down in rankings among top universities.