IIE in the News: Archive

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Latitudes: New effort to get more Black men to study abroad

The Center for Access and Equity at the Institute of International Education … Karin Fischer writes about international education, colleges and the …

Telegraph India

USA top choice for Indian students pursuing higher education abroad

… international education and exchange worldwide. ADVERTISEMENT. The Institute of International Education (IIE) publishes the Open Doors report. IIE …

New report indicates 16% increase in Pakistani students studying in US universities

report — released by the State Department, in collaboration with the Institute of International Education (IIE) — said there were 10,164 Pakistani …

Indonesia Education Ties Strengthen

More Indonesian Students Studying in United States as U.S.

JAKARTA – The number of Indonesian students studying in the United States increased by 5.8% to 8467, per the Institute of International …


Vietnamese students at US colleges, universities rise by 5.7% in 2022

HÀ NỘI — According to the recently released 2023 Open Doors Report by the Institute of International Education, the United States continues to be the …


International student are returning to U.S. colleges and universities

… Institute of International Education. That’s up 12% over the prior academic year, and slightly below the pre-pandemic peak. But where those students are coming from is changing…

Cornell honored for work with international scholars

… Cornell has been awarded the Institute for International Education’s Centennial Medal. It was presented to Provost Michael I. Kotlikoff on Oct. 30.

The PIE News

Sector cannot work in “silos” on DEI – report

While international education is a “naturally collaborative endeavor”, the sector must work to make sure cooperation is not stymied as people work in their “institutional” silos, especially on work in diversity, equity, and inclusion, a new report has said.

Study Travel

Agents, data and promotion partnerships in focus for EnglishUSA

Julie Baer , Research Specialist at the Institute of International Education (IIE) presented the findings of the recent Open Doors survey on Intensive English Programs (IEPs) in the USA, which showed that there was a 63 per cent increase in students over the previous year, but still well below pre-pandemic levels.

Times Higher Education

World University Rankings 2024: China creeps closer to top 10

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