Many questions remain for education leaders in the wake of President Trump's travel ban, including how this order will effect international students and their intent to enroll in U.S. institutions.
We surveyed 2,104 students from 150 different countries (including Syria, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen) regarding their interest in studying in the U.S. and the results suggest that if the current political climate persists, it could have a significant impact on international student enrollments.
Access the report for key findings and a breakdown of which countries have had the greatest decrease in enrollment interest.
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