Open universities?

“US higher education is increasingly accessible to Chinese students”


Marie Royce, US assistant secretary of state for education, tells a Washington forum that Chinese students remain welcome in America. This runs counter to recent media attention that the Chinese have been put off US universities by visa rejections related to the trade and tech war, favouring the UK more instead (see WiC459). Royce revealed that US visa applications by Chinese students had fallen for each of the past four years.

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