Policy options for managing international student migration: the sending country's perspective

@article{Gribble2008PolicyOF,
  title={Policy options for managing international student migration: the sending country's perspective},
  author={C. Gribble},
  journal={Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management},
  year={2008},
  volume={30},
  pages={25 - 39}
}
  • C. Gribble
  • Published 2008
  • Economics
  • Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management
  • A consequence of the dramatic rise in international student mobility is the trend for international students to remain in the country in which they study after graduation. Countries such as Australia, the UK and Canada stand to benefit from international student migration, as they are able to fill skill shortages with locally trained foreign students who also expand the demand for goods and services and add to gross national production. The effects on the sending country, however, are… CONTINUE READING
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