Colleges Seek More International Students To Recover Revenues Lost During Pandemic
Colleges and universities in the U.S. have been hit hard by the impact of the pandemic, especially when it comes to the number of international students who were enrolled. And even those who remained in classes were forced to take them from overseas.
Overall, the institutions of higher learning lost revenue and prestige by having fewer international enrollees.
But having a new administration in the White House has increased movement on shifting policies and lobbying on behalf of colleges and universities.
To learn more about the changes, The Show spoke with Elizabeth Redden, a reporter for Inside Higher Ed.