“The biggest challenge for British universities is that its top two source countries — China and India — are not driving enrollment growth”
International student enrolments in the UK have flatlined, with Indian students continuing their downward slide, according to the latest statistics published by the Higher Education Statistics Authority last week. But how does the picture compare in the US? Dr. Rahul Choudaha, co-founder of research and consulting firm DrEducation, shares his analysis.
The following table shows the shape of international student trends in the UK and US in recent years, based on data from HESA and IIE’s Open Doors report: