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1 Your Official Source on U.S. Higher Education EducationUSA.state.gov From Reykjavik to Vladivostok Regional Overview: Student Recruitment Trends in Europe and Eurasia

2 Panelists - Gulsen Oztoprak, Cyprus - Johanna Lahti, Finland - Kornelia Litkei, Hungary - Katherine Scodova, Russia - Kara Madden, Spain - Mevlude Bakir, Turkey - Viktoria Mikhailenko, Ukraine Hosts - Dorothy Mora, Dept. of State - Matt Washburn, Dept. of State - Ann M. Merrill, EducationUSA - Chris Medalis, EducationUSA EducationUSA.state.gov

3 EducationUSA Europe Over 700,000 contacts in 2011… 306,572 in-center contacts: individual appointments Group presentations phone/ /Skype appts walk-ins, library, computer users EducationUSA.state.gov 385,061 outreach and social media contacts: schools, universities, etc fairs blog/social media followers Hosted 1,596 visits by U.S. reps

4 Europe-U.S. Student Mobility 84,211 Students in the U.S. +2% from 2007 Record highs in 2011 Trends Azerbaijan +54% Norway + +53% Georgia +30% Italy +29% Spain +21% Source: IIE Open Doors EducationUSA.state.gov

5 Europe-U.S. Student Mobility 75% are degree-seeking Source: IIE Open Doors

6 Top Sending Countries in Europe 05/24/12 % Change ( ) All levels of study Turkey +5.9% Germany +9.3% United Kingdom +6.0% France +20.8% Russia -1.2%-1.2% Source: IIE Open Doors

7 Biggest Increases in U.S. Study EducationUSA.state.gov Undergraduate % Change ( ) Georgia +88.1% Norway +64.3% Azerbaijan +63.3% Belgium +41.0% Graduate % Change ( ) Azerbaijan+38.6% Italy+14.7% Denmark+12.0% Portugal+9.1% Source: IIE Open Doors

8 Who goes where and why? EducationUSA.state.gov Push Factors for Europe

9 Economic Crisis and Austerity: Impact on European higher education EducationUSA.state.gov

10 Changing Demographics Youth Population in Eurasia EducationUSA.state.gov Eurasia-U.S. Student Mobility

11 Capacity at Home and in Europe EducationUSA.state.gov

12 Funding for Study in the U.S. Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine EducationUSA.state.gov

13 U.S. Students and Alumni EducationUSA.state.gov

14 Discussion…

15 Baku Oct. 28 Tbilisi Oct. 30 Yerevan Nov. 1 Kyiv Nov. 3 St. Petersburg Nov. 5 Moscow Nov CIS Forum Nov Warsaw Nov. 16 EducationUSA Recruitment Events EAIE Sept London Sept Brussels Oct. 1 Sarajevo Oct. 4 Banja Luka Oct. 6 Athens Oct. 9 Cyprus Oct. 10 Nicosia Oct. 10 Zagreb Oct

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17 Thank you for your support! Panelists Gulsen Oztoprak, Cyprus Johanna Lahti, Finland Kornelia Litkei, Hungary Katherine Scodova, Russia Kara Madden, Spain Mevlude Bakir, Turkey Viktoria Mikhailenko, Ukraine Hosts Dorothy Mora, Dept. of State Matt Washburn, Dept. of State Ann M. Merrill, EducationUSA Chris Medalis, EducationUSA EducationUSA.state.gov


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