November 20, 2015
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Open Doors 2015 Print Report Now Available for Pre-Order

The print edition of Open Doors® 2015: Report on International Educational Exchange is now available for pre-order. Produced with support from the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Open Doors provides a longstanding, comprehensive statistical analysis of academic mobility between the United States and the nations of the world. 
 
The Open Doors report features graphic displays, especially data maps, tables, figures, and to-the-point policy-oriented analysis. A complete set of tables in this book is the essential resource for those concerned with the explosive growth in the worldwide movement of students around the globe. 

The new Open Doors data was released online last week; for more information, visit www.iie.org/opendoors.

Pre-Order Open Doors 2015 (Please note orders will ship February 2016)
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Celebrate International Education Week by Sharing Open Doors 2015 Data

On Monday, IIE and the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs kicked off International Education Week (IEW) by hosting a briefing on Open Doors 2015 findings at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, and releasing the new Open Doors data to worldwide media. Visit the Open Doors 2015 Briefing multimedia page to view videos of the remarks and data presentations and see photos of the event.

Add your voice to the ongoing conversation
Open Doors 2015 has already amassed hundreds of tweets by higher education officials, reporters, and the diplomatic community. Highlight your international activities and add your expertise on the data by following @IIEGlobal and @ECAatState on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to participate in the ongoing conversation, using #OpenDoorsReport and #IEW2105. You can like and share Open Doors infographics from these feeds, or download individual images highlighting international student and U.S. study abroad data from the Open Doors site for your own use, and continue to reach out to local media to highlight your programs.

View and share the continuing strong media coverage
Major news outlets have been covering the international education data and trends. A story by the Associated Press has been running in news outlets across the country, including the Washington Post, and we have seen feature articles in the Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, US News and World Report, PoliticoPro, and Buzzfeed, to name just a few. NPR interviewed IIE President Allan Goodman for a show that aired this week on NPR’s All Things Considered, and a separate broadcast on NRP affiliate Buffalo (WBFO) and Minnesota (MPR). The Atlantic highlighted the new trends in their special feature on The Globalization of American Higher Education. There were in-depth articles in the higher education press: Inside Higher Education, the Chronicle of Higher Education, University World News, Diverse Issues, Times Higher Education (UK), and The PIE News (Professionals in International Education). Campus, regional and local media have covered trends in their states and on their campuses – a few examples include the Phoenix Business Journal, NBC News Charlottesville, Cleveland Plain Dealer, WCIA-TV3 Champaign Illinois, and Newsday.

We are also seeing stories around the world, with a special emphasis on the growth in the number of students from India, in the Economic Times of India, International Business Times (IBTimes India) and many others. The U.S. Spanish language press and Latin American media, including El Diaro, Univision, and Notimex, covered the growth in international exchange between the U.S. and Latin America in both directions. In China, People’s Daily, China Central Television (CCTV), China Daily, and numerous Chinese language publications covered increases in the number of Chinese students. Country-specific stories are being published now in international outlets such as All Africa News, Japan Times, Globo (Brazil).
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