The latest news on international students
Chinese student enrollment in U.S. schools increased by 21 percent in 2012-2013.
Consider smaller schools and test out of classes to reduce college costs as an international student.
International students who don’t apply for scholarships won’t get money for college, so take the leap.
Adaptability and intercultural skills are two attributes international students can show on a resume.
Fellowships for international students may be harder to find, but funding is out there.
Having a good attitude can help international SAT test-takers as much as good language skills.
Research U.S. schools and prepare questions for representatives before attending a college fair.
International students should speak to a significant other about expectations to avoid cross-cultural confusion.
Applicants should ask visiting recruiters about common challenges faced by international students.
A global, high-tech economy is helping fuel the rise in international education, experts say.