Boosting Your International Student Population with Help from the Government
There are compelling reasons why a distance education program needs to consider an attempt to attract international students. "Ninety-five percent of the world's population lives outside the U.S. If you limit your perspective, you're putting on blinders," says Heather Ranck of the U.S. Commercial Service Education Team. And not only will reaching out to an international market increase you potential population of students, it will enrich the experience for those you currently have.
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