Wednesday, November 19, 2008

China became a new hot spot for study abroad

The traditional study-abroad sites for Americans — Britain, Italy, Spain and France — still attract more students from the United States, the report found that China is now the fifth-most-popular destination. The number of Americans studying in China increased by 25 percent, and the number of Chinese students studying at American universities increased by 20 percent last year. Read more from New York Times (post from The Kept-up Academic Librarian)

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