(28 November 2016) The number of international students attending American universities has been rising steadily. Just under 975,000 international students were enrolled in U.S. universities last year and that number has now increased to 1,043,839. That upward trend is important as foreign students contribute billions to the U.S. economy. China supplies the most international students to U.S. universities (328,547), followed by India (165,918), and Saudi Arabia (61,287).
The following chart shows the number of foreign […]
(6 September 2016) Compliments of Statistica
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Fulbright Association meeting in Tirana, Albania (Courtesy, Fulbright Association)
The erosion of the Fulbright Program is nearing a tipping point after years of flat funding, the threatened cuts of 2014, and thirty-odd years of multi-directional attacks on the Program. Those concerned have a way to help.
The Fulbright Association (FA), the organization of its U.S. alumni, is doing what it can, thanks to leadership of Executive Director Jennifer Gennaro Oxley and her lean staff. […]
Capitol Visitors Center (Architect of the Capitol)
19 December 2015. Global Ties US and Alliance for International Exchange are holding a discussion of the role international exchange programs play in advancing peace and security, at a meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The event, known as Exchanges Matter, runs from 1:00 pm to 7:30 pm on 27 January 2016 at the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center, First Street NE.
The event includes discussions of […]
Mary Taylor, Lieutenant Governor of Ohio (ohio.gov)
14 November 2015. The Global Ties U.S. annual meeting, on 27-30 January 2016, will provide professional development and networking opportunities for people engaged in international exchanges. The event, where some 1,000 international exchange professionals are expected, will be held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
The program, says Global Ties U.S., features workshops and interactive sessions to build skills and learn best practices in the […]
5 September 2015. George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs is hosting a symposium to discuss how the new U.S. approach on Cuba can promote more educational and people-to-people exchanges between the two countries. The program, conducted with Sister Cities International and the U.S. Department of State, is held on Wednesday, 9 September, from 8:30 am to 12 noon, on the GWU campus.
The event expects to provide practical information […]