International Graduate Applications and Enrollment: Fall 2020 - Downloadable Figures & Tables

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    Figure 1. Total International Graduate Applications by Degree Type, Fall 2017 to Fall 2020 (PDF, Image)

     

    Figure 2. First-time International Graduate Enrollment by Degree Type, Fall 2017 to Fall 2020 (PDF, Image)

     

    Figure 3. Factors Institutions Believe are Associated with Increased International Student Deferrals (PDF, Image)

     

    Figure 4. First-time Enrollment & Deferred Admissions of Chinese and Indian Nationals, Fall 2020 (PDF, Image)

     

    Figure 5. One-year Change in International Graduate Applications & First-time Enrollment by Selected Country & Region of Origin between Fall 2019 and Fall 2020 (PDF, Image)

     

     


     

    Annual Changes Between Fall 2015 and Fall 2020 Admission Cycles

     

    Table A.1 Annual Changes in Final International Graduate Applications by Region/Country of Origin, Fall 2015 to Fall 2020 Admission Cycles (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table A.2 Annual Changes in First-time International Graduate Enrollment by Region/Country of Origin, Fall 2015 to Fall 2020 Admission Cycles (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table A.3 Annual Changes in Final International Graduate Applications by Field of Study, Fall 2015 to Fall 2020 Admission Cycles (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table A.4 Annual Changes in First-time International Graduate Enrollment by Field of Study, Fall 2015 to Fall 2020 Admission Cycles (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

     


     

    Fall 2020 International Graduate Admissions Data by Region/Country of Origin

     

    Table B.1 Final International Graduate Applications by Region/Country of Origin, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table B.2 Offers of Admission to International Graduate Applicants by Region/Country of Origin, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table B.3 First-time International Graduate Enrollment by Region/Country of Origin, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table B.4 Deferred Admissions and First-time International Graduate Enrollment as Percentage Shares of Offers of Admission by Region/Country of Origin, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table B.5 Total International Graduate Enrollment by Region/Country of Origin, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     


     

    Fall 2020 International Graduate Admissions Data by Field of Study

     

    Table C.1 Final International Graduate Applications by Field of Study, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table C.2 Offers of Admission to International Graduate Applicants by Field of Study, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table C.3 First-time International Graduate Enrollment by Field of Study, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table C.4 Deferred Admissions and First-time International Graduate Enrollment as Percentage Shares of Offers of Admission by Field of Study, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table C.5 Total International Graduate Enrollment by Field of Study, Fall 2020 Admission Cycle (PDF, Excel, Image)

     


     

    Table D.1 Characteristics of Institutions with Valid Responses for the Fall 2020 First-time Enrollment (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

    Table D.2 Characteristics of Institutions with Valid Responses for the Fall 2019 and Fall 2020 First-time Enrollment (PDF, Excel, Image)

     

     

     

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