Trump Presidency Could Push International College Students To Other Countries

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Trump Presidency Could Push International College Students To Other Countries

Dec, 12th 2016

Talal Al-Johani, a high school student in Saudi Arabia, couldn't imagine going to college anywhere else but the United States. For the last two years, the 17-year-old has been collecting university applications and making connections with admission counselors in an effort to land at a leading American institution.

But after American voters elected Donald Trump as president, Al-Johani is having second thoughts.

Leery of unclear policies and a potentially hostile social environment under a Trump presidency, international students may now be reconsidering higher education in the United States — and that potential "brain drain" could take a hefty financial toll on America's education economy, international education experts say.

"I am concerned about how I'm going to be treated and how people will see me as a Muslim from Saudi," said...

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