International Graduate Applications Rebound in  Preliminary Estimates for 2014
    Shift in Sending Countries Continues as China Slows and India Surges
    First-Time Enrollment of International Graduate Students Up 10 Percent
    India surges 40 percent while growth from China slows to 5 percent.
    U.S. Graduate Schools Report Slight Growth in New Students for Fall 2012
    Domestic enrollment still a concern, especially in STEM fields.
    Growth in admissions continues despite slowing application numbers

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