When looking into graduate school programs in the United States, many international students come across the same problem: their Bachelor’s degree was three years rather than four. This can be alarming for students when they are already stressed about applying to graduate programs.
China remains the overwhelming majority within the international student community, occupying over 35% of all foreign students studying in the U.S. across different levels of education, almost double the share of the second place India at 18%.
Even when it might seem that during a pandemic the inflated cost for a “campus experience” would be less appealing, community colleges have seen staggering drops in enrollment. Why? These institutions provide tremendous value to their students.
A breakaway territory may set up their own ministry of education, while still technically under the auspices of another government. Who, then, is responsible for evaluating and authorizing the school or program in such a situation?