China leads surge in US varsities
Chinese students lead the surge of US foreign students in the 2010-11 academic year, according to Institute of International Education and US State Department's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs report that released on Monday.
The report found a five-percent in rise in international university students in the US compared to one year ago.
China was in the number one spot, while India was the number two country of origin, although it was down one percent from the previous year.
South Korea was third, up two percent, and Canada was number four, with its figures dipping two percent. Taiwan held the number five spot and Saudi Arabia was in sixth.