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There has been a drop off of overseas students applying to study in USA.|
In the past decades, Indians typically apply to study in USofA, then get an H1B visa and stay there however long to get a "Green Card". Now, the Indians are voicing concern again about USAnian hate crimes and safety.
- Amid ‘Trump Effect’ Fear, 40% of Colleges See Dip in Foreign Applicants
- By STEPHANIE SAULMARCH 16, 2017
- Nearly 40 percent of colleges are reporting overall declines in applications from international students, according to a survey of 250 college and universities, released this week by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. The biggest decline is in applications from the Middle East.
- The numbers — while not yet final — are provoking anxiety in some programs that r[b]ely on international students, who bring more than[color=#ff0000] [/color][color=#000000]$32 billion [/color]a year into the United States economy[/b]. International enrollment at American colleges has been on the rise over the past decade, and for the first time exceeded one million students last year.
- ...Beyond that, many schools, including New York University, the University of Southern California and Northeastern University, reported that their international numbers are up. Purdue University reported a 1.2 percent decline in graduate school applications.
- Ohio State has also seen an increase in international undergraduate applications but a significant overall drop — 8.4 percent — in international applicants to its graduate programs, a university spokesman, Chris Davey, said. The biggest decline was among students from China — a fact Mr. Davey said did not support the “Trump effect” theory. In 2016, he said, there were 2,412 graduate applications from China; this year the number was down to 1,952.