Fewer international students impacting U.S. universities negatively

Universities in the U.S. have been hit hard with the loss of international students, according to a recent article published in the New York Times.

Factors contributing to this decline include: stricter U.S. immigration laws, a currency crisis in India, scholarship cuts in Saudi Arabia and Brazil, and competition from Canada and Australia.

To cope, many second-tier universities have been forced to make dramatic cuts to the campus newspaper, the language department, the music department, and sports teams.

To find out more about which Universities are the most affected, read the full article by Stephanie Saul of the New York Times here: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/02/us/international-enrollment-drop.html

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