Number of Chinese students in the US declines slightly

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A huge wave of Chinese students have come to the U.S. to attend universities, and Chinese students comprise a third of total international graduate students in the U.S. However, the trend may be changing. In recent years, the number of Chinese students applying to U.S. grad schools has gone down slightly, while the number of applicants from countries like India has gone up. CCTV America’s Jim Spellman filed this report from Washington.
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Number of Chinese student studying in the US declines slightly

Number of Chinese student studying in the US declines slightly

A huge wave of Chinese students have come to the U.S. to attend universities, and Chinese students comprise a third of total international graduate students in the U.S. However, the trend may be changing. In recent years, the number of Chinese students applying to U.S. grad schools has gone down slightly, while the number of applicants from countries like India has gone up.


Wang Yan on where Chinese students are turning for graduate education
For more on where Chinese students are turning for graduate education, CCTV’s Mike Walter spoke to Wang Yan in Beijing. She’s the director of the Department for International Cooperation at the National Institute of Education Sciences.
Follow Mike Walter on Twitter @MikeWalterCCTV

Wang Yan: Where Chinese students are turning for graduate education

Wang Yan: Where Chinese students are turning for graduate education

For more on where Chinese students are turning for graduate education. CCTV's Mike Walter spoke to Wang Yan in Beijing. she's the director of the Department for International Cooperation at the National Institute of Education Sciences.