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Counting (Students) on International Collaboration

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Australian Ph.D. student Steve Nerlich writes in University World News about the challenges of gathering accurate statistics on Australian students abroad. "Like most countries sending students out to study in other countries, Australia depends on those other countries to confirm where its students go and what they study," writes Nerlich. "A solution...may become available through the latest iteration of the Project Atlas® survey." Project Atlas, administered by IIE, is the result of student data collected by personnel across more than 20 countries, which Nerlich notes is the largest, if not only, survey of its kind. 

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