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Results from the 2007 CGS International Graduate Admissions Survey
(November 2007)
 

The survey results show a 7% increase in total international graduate enrollment, after rising 1% last year. It is the largest gain since 2002. However, first-time enrollment increased just 4%, slowing from last year’s 12% growth. In addition, the survey found that the overwhelming majority of graduate deans, 87%, have participated in some type of international outreach or recruitment activity. As one example, almost half, 48%, of deans have visited foreign universities. The report is available from the Council of Graduate Studies (CGS) website at: www.cgsnet.org/portals/0/pdf/R_IntlEnrl07_III.pdf.