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International students studying in the U.S. contribute over USD 30 billion to the U.S. economy in tuition and living expenses. The total number of foreign students increased 10 percent to 974,926 in 2014–15; about 72 percent of students studying in the U.S. use outside sources to fund their international study, making education and training services a valuable U.S. export.

The 2015 Open Doors Survey reports that active recruitment, links with international universities, academic programs targeted at international students, and dual-degree programs are all factors that increase the enrollment of international students. Active recruitment is reported to be the most effective strategy.

This resource guide includes comparable and individual market assessments of countries listed as best prospects for U.S. training and educational services. Assessments are based on observation and market research.

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Education & Training Services Resource Guide: Analysis By Market

Argentina
Australia

Brazil

Bulgaria

Canada

Central America

Chile

China

Colombia

Czech Republic

Egypt

France
Germany

Hong Kong

India

Indonesia

Israel

Japan

Kazakhstan

Korea

Kenya

Kuwait

Malaysia
Mexico

New Zealand

Nigeria

Nordic Region

Peru

Philippines

Portugal

Qatar

Romania

Russia

Saudi Arabia
Serbia

Singapore

Spain

Taiwan

Thailand

Turkey

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

Vietnam

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