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The Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) has released the results of their latest International Graduate Admissions Survey. On today’s show, Liz Clark sits down with Lauren Inouye and Hironao Okahana from CGS to talk about the study and discuss how political and economic developments might be affecting international student enrollment in the United States.

The biggest takeaway this year? The survey finds a second straight year of decline in international graduate enrollment. But some of the reasons may surprise you. Join us to hear more about the benchmarking data and how CGS is responding.

Lauren Inouye serves as Vice President for Public Policy and Government Affairs and Hironao Okahana serves as Associate VP for Research and Policy Analysis, both at the Council of Graduate Schools.

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