Universities worry over fall in graduate student numbers
That can only worsen the predicted financial crunch for colleges and universities, as fewer undergraduates are expected on campus this fall, and institutions face budget cuts and endowment losses.
The biggest question is whether students from abroad will risk coming to the United States. While that’s a problem at all levels of higher education, it has much more of an impact on graduate programmes, where international students make up 13% of the enrolment, compared to less than 3% of undergrads.
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