67% students show interest in US as study destination
Around 76% of international students show an improved perception of the United States after the election of Joe Biden as the country’s new president, according to a survey. It also suggests that 67% of students have shown interest in choosing the US as an educational destination.
The study was carried out among 800 prospective foreign students, by the International Development Programme (IDP), an education organisation for international students. It found that 64% students are attracted to the US’s teaching quality, 59% of them believe them to be progressive and dynamic, 46% find their choice of educational institutions in the United States and 33% are attracted to the country’s multiculturalism.
The findings suggest that the US's new administration has raised students’ hope in improved welfare, security, post-study work visa policies and economic stability in the country.
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