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Vietnam ranks third in the number of US high school students

China, South Korea, Vietnam, Mexico, Japan and Canada are the six leading nations in the United States and account for 78% of F-1 students.

California, New York, and Texas are the three most widely chosen international students.

A new study by the Institute for International Education (IIE) shows that the number of international students in American high school has tripled from 2004 to 2016, to nearly 82,000. Among these, there is a direct shift from pursuing short-term exchange courses to enrolling a high school to a US graduate diploma.

While the total number of international high school students in the United States increases by 12% between 2013 and 2016, annual growth is expected to decline from 8% in 2013 to 1% by 2016.

Asian students make up the majority - 78% of middle school students in the United States, while Europe and Latin America account for 9% and 8% respectively.

China, South Korea, Vietnam, Mexico, Japan and Canada are the six leading nations in the United States and account for 78% of F-1 students.

China alone accounts for 58%, and this number is steadily increasing annually from 2013 to 2016. The number of Vietnamese students is increasing each year, while the number of students from Korea is decreasing. This trend is similar to high school.

Chart of the number of junior high school students receiving F-1 visa 2013-2016

This new study was conducted by IIE to help educators and policymakers understand the impact of international high school students on US secondary education as well as on the increase. High schools accept these students.

Compared to three years ago, more than 500 US high schools accepted international students, and these schools may have to compete more to attract this audience. While international students still account for only 0.5% of the more than 15.5 million high school students in the United States, this is present in all 50 states and Columbia.

California, New York, and Texas are the three most popular international and middle school options. California, New York, Massachusetts, and Florida are the states with the highest number of F-1 students. Michigan, Texas, California, and Oregon lead the way in the number of J-1 students who participate in exchange programs in less than a year.

"More and more international students are coming to the United States to attend high school, with the goal of preparing for higher education in the United States," said Rajika Bhandari, IIE director of research, policy and practice.

"This is important not only for the high schools and communities they live in, but also for the universities and colleges they will be applying for."

With more than 1 million international students studying in the United States with a $ 36 billion contribution to the economy, universities and colleges are paying close attention to the pathway that international students Choose baccalaureate programs, including intensive English programs, conditional admission, community colleges.

Another important difference from higher education is that international students who want to have a baccalaureate degree in the US are coming from a narrower geographic scope. As a result, higher education institutions seeking diversity in the international student community need to continue to look for applicants in other ways.

About 69% of J-1 students come from East Asia - mainly China and Korea. Students from Latin America and Europe are much less, with almost no students coming from sub-Saharan Africa or the Middle East.

The economic diversity of these students is also limited, with the majority coming from families that pay for study abroad, because scholarships are available to international students. Lower secondary education is rare.

The United States is currently the most popular destination for international junior high school students - nearly twice as much as Canada and three times as large as the United Kingdom.
Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the number of junior high school students in Australia, Canada and the UK.

The top three countries will have fairly even growth rates between 2013 and 2016, with the United States rising 12%, Canada 9% and the United Kingdom 7%.

However, Australia - the fourth-largest country - has the fastest growth rate this time - 34% from 2013 to 2016.

 

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