August 31, 2015
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IIE Blog: What Do International High School Students Mean for U.S. Higher Education?

IIE Senior Researcher Christine Farrugia discusses the growing presence of diploma-seeking international students in U.S. high schools, which she explains is beginning to shift the landscape of international student recruitment for U.S. colleges and universities.

"Students perceive an admissions advantage to earning a U.S. high school diploma," writes Farrugia, yet they "have unique support needs during the higher education application process."

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