June 6, 2018 | Presented by:
- Nathan Kahl, Managing Director, Communications and Society Advancement, American Society for Engineering Education
- Dr. Lorie Liebrock, Dean of Graduate Studies, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
- Robert Alig, Strategic Graduate Enrollment Specialist, Liaison International
- Robert Ruiz, Vice President, Strategic Enrollment, Liaison International
- Ron Hyman, Executive Director, Global CAS Development, Liaison International
It may seem obvious that the health of your engineering program depends strongly on your international student pipeline: since 1995 the number of international students studying graduate science and engineering has been on the rise while the number of U.S. students has steadily declined. In disciplines like electrical engineering, the increase in foreign nationals has reached as high as 270 percent.
But has the international student enrollment bubble started to burst? And what does that mean for your program? Your research? Your faculty?