Where do International Students Go?

According to the most recent data from UNESCO, five countries alone account for 55% of all students enrolled at institutions of higher education abroad.

Here is a list of the top 6 destination countries for college students worldwide:

1. United States (19%)

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Number of international students hosted in 2010: 684,714
Top 3 countries of origin: China, India and South Korea

2. United Kingdom (11%)

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Number of international students hosted in 2010: 389,958
Top 3 countries of origin: China, India and Nigeria

3. Australia (8%)

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Number of international students hosted in 2010: 271,231
Top 3 countries of origin: China, India and Malaysia.

4. France (7%)

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Number of international students hosted in 2010: 259,935
Top 3 countries of origin: Morocco, China and Algeria.

5. Germany (6%)

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Number of international students hosted in 2010: 200,862
Top 3 countries of origin: China, Turkey and Russia

6. Japan (4%)

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Number of international students hosted in 2010: 141,599
Top 3 countries of origin: China, South Korea and Vietnam

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