Aimee Gruber, Senior Director of Global Outreach, The Enrollment Management Association
Ioana Wheeler, Director of Global Initiatives, NAIS (DC)
We’ve all seen the headlines: International students are coming to study in the U.S. in smaller numbers, but more and more K-12 schools are hoping to attract them in larger numbers. Competition is increasing, both from schools in the U.S. and in other English-speaking countries.Competition has also been compounded by the growth of international schools in China and other countries from which schools recruit. Learn about new trends in international student recruitment and see the latest data from SEVP, EMA, and NAIS.