The importance of reopening the U.S. to international students
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies
April 21, 2021

Amid international student travel bans and other harmful government restrictions left over from the previous administration, the Biden administration must take executive action to ensure that every bona fide and qualified international student who wishes to study in the United States can do so.

What might a test-optional admissions landscape look like for US higher education? The takeaways from South Korea provide an important lesson.

Is Trump to blame for falling international enrollment?
University World News
November 20, 2019

Commentators have argued that Donald Trump’s election has soured the image of the United States as a desirable destination for international students. Or has it?

If Americans lose faith in alternative routes to success, entry to top universities could become as cut-throat as it is in South Korea.

No skipping class: Ivy League brand names lead globalization of higher education
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
June 2, 2008

As if Ivy League aspirations among American students aren’t competitive enough, top South Korean high school students engage in extraordinarily intense and disciplined study to get admitted to Harvard, Yale, and other prestigious American colleges.