Mapping of Foreign Students in US, where are they coming from, what do they study, types of jobs they are doing in US, Universities with very high concentration of foreign students


Mapping of Foreign Students in US, where are they coming from, what do they study, types of jobs they are doing in US, Universities with very high concentration of foreign students

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·        76% of international students are from Asia.
·        Majority  of international students were enrolled in STEM majors.
·        SEVP – student exchange visitor program recorded a 14% increase in international students from 2014 to 2015.
·        Excellent foreign students mapping tools made available by Homeland Security department.
·        Top 11 countries which send foreign students to USA  - China, India, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Taiwan, Canada, Brazil, Japan, Nepal.
·        84% of Indian international students studying STEM in USA.
·        At eight Prestigious Ivy League schools – number of incoming foreign students rose by 46 percent from 2004 to 2014.
·        International students’ numbers grew by 79 percent from 2006 to 2016.
·        10 large universities in US have very high percentage of foreign students.
·        From 2008-2014, International students with STEM degrees increased by 35%, while US citizen and permanent resident students with STEM degrees decreased by 5%.

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