US universities reap benefits of surge in overseas studyThe Economist.
The boom in study in America is especially striking. More than 110,000 students from China were enrolled as undergraduates at American universities in the academic year of 2013-14, eleven times as many as in 2006-07. They now account for 30% of all foreign undergraduates.
By comparison, the number of Chinese undergraduates in Britain less than doubled over the same period, to 35,000. The total number of Chinese in all types of higher education in America – 274,000 – was more than four times as many as in 2006-07, according to the New York-based Institute of International Education.
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