The E-Expectations research series has looked at the expectations and behaviors of international undergraduate and graduate students looking to study in the United States. Download the latest report to read research that can help you engage more prospective students abroad and optimize your international student recruitment efforts.
Findings from the most recent report include:
- Approximately 60 percent of international students said an interest in a particular campus is their main motivation for studying abroad.
- Three out of every four international students cited financial requirements as their top concern for studying abroad.
- Parents influence the enrollment decisions of more than 60 percent of prospective international undergraduates and nearly 50 percent of prospective graduate students.
- This paper is part of the annual E-Expectations research project, which examines the online expectations of prospective college students.