Chinese Outnumber Indians as US graduates

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The Chinese have outnumbered Indians by a rather hugh margin in enrolling for PG courses in the USA. The Chinese recorded an increase of 18% last semester as compared to Indians who only recorded an increase of 2 %

The 2012 semester has been the seventh successive year of double digit growth in the number of applications from China. These facts have been revealed by the Council of Graduate Schools, which is an US organization much involved in the progress of graduate level education as well as research.

The number of Indian applicants recorded a 2 % increase, following an increase of 8% that had been recorded in 2011. Students from South Korea did register  a 2% increase.

The survey had conducted poll comprising of about 500 colleges as well as universities who happen to be members of the Council of Graduate Schools during the  time span of January 2012.

Most of the institutions recorded an increase in the applicants as compared to last year, recording an average increase of 11%.

The number of Chinese undergraduates also showed an overall increase.  It has been observed by senior educationist in the US that efforts must be made to attract more foreigners to study in US and also remain here for further growth.

 

The Chinese have outnumbered Indians by a rather hugh margin in enrolling for PG courses in the USA. The Chinese recorded an increase of 18% last semester as compared to Indians who only recorded an increase of 2 %

The 2012 semester has been the seventh successive year of double digit growth in the number of applications from China. These facts have been revealed by the Council of Graduate Schools, which is an US organization much involved in the progress of graduate level education as well as research.

The number of Indian applicants recorded a 2 % increase, following an increase of 8% that had been recorded in 2011. Students from South Korea did register  a 2% increase.

The survey had conducted poll comprising of about 500 colleges as well as universities who happen to be members of the Council of Graduate Schools during the  time span of January 2012.

Most of the institutions recorded an increase in the applicants as compared to last year, recording an average increase of 11%.

The number of Chinese undergraduates also showed an overall increase.  It has been observed by senior educationist in the US that efforts must be made to attract more foreigners to study in US and also remain here for further growth.

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