How to study abroad in 2018: A guide to the most popular destinations

A new study by the National Center for Education Statistics has found that the number of international students in the United States is rising.

According to the study, the number has increased by more than 6 million students since 2011, and is now at a level higher than it has been in decades.

That’s because the number who come to the United State from abroad is growing.

The study said that more than 5 million international students are expected to come to America this year.

That means the number will increase every year until 2021, when the new president takes office.

The report said that by 2029, the average number of foreign students studying in the U.S. is expected to increase by 6,200 students per year.

Here are some of the most common international destinations, according to the report.

This year’s survey found that students from more than 80 countries were coming to the U:The United States, Canada, Germany, Mexico, France, Italy, Russia, China, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Singapore, Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong.

The United Kingdom is not included because of a government ban on studying there.

The study also found that many international students from other countries had already arrived in the country.

The report also found the average time it takes to complete an international study abroad program in the nation is 3 to 5 months.

That’s lower than in the past.

For example, in 2014, the study found that international students were studying for about 12 weeks, but the average length of stay was 3 months.