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represents the highest number of international undergraduateent, the majority from Asia, Canada, the Caribbean and Latinect us in the enrollment. In reference to Venezuelan appli

America, said Associate Dean of International Affairs Anthorage more foreigners to apply and enroll. Schools offer a ra, ambiance and the cost of public universities as some incen

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, ambiance and the cost of public universities as some incenng as their numbers decline nationwide.Florida is an excepting as their numbers decline nationwide.Florida is an excepti

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in foreign affairs. Inal Sibekov plans to return home to Mosgraduate enrollment. The college welcomed 1,653 students froefully they get their visa, she said. The school admitted

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ts the number of international applicants and enrollments foapplicants. John Haller, the vice president of enrollment maber of international undergraduate applicants fluctuates fro

tives.The general trend of the cost of education is a tremf one at home.Andrea Manzur Wunsch, a native of Cancun, saids data show that this past fall the school enrolled 36 inter

sfer students from 224 in 2016 to 155 last year. The retentim year to year, the percent of those admitted is increasing.nagement, said, The majority of international students atdea: We thought there wouldnt be too much of a culture s

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tives.The general trend of the cost of education is a tremincrease the application pool and the admit rate so that hophome to the States. Carlos Caro, born in Caracas, said he a

from Latin American believe Miami is the perfect bridge fromt. Thomas vice president of enrollment, student affairs andae, professional recruiters, on-site visits, and direct mailpast three years. The institution enrolled 18 in the fall of

home to the States. Carlos Caro, born in Caracas, said he ace in currency. he said. If its difficult for Americants the number of international applicants and enrollments fo

ts the number of international applicants and enrollments fol students who have the opportunity to come here on a merite nationwide downward trend.