US should learn from Canada’s international PSE recruitment success

July 27, 2015

When it comes to the recruitment of international university students, the US will need to follow Canada’s example if it wants to address the changes facing higher education today, writes Forbes contributor Allison Williams. She adds that in both countries, declining enrolment levels, erosion in government funding, and shifts in student demand are putting increased pressure on institutions to adapt. Williams applauds Canada’s comprehensive national strategy for international student recruitment and adds that the US, though it has lagged behind, will have to develop a similar unified approach if it wishes to keep up with the changing world of higher education. Forbes