Australia A recent report commissioned by the Australian government found that international education contributes nearly AUS$1 billion (US$760 million) more than previously estimated. According to the report, the total contribution to the economy from the international education sector is close to AUS$21 billion (US$16 billion). Read more in University World News and access NAFSA’s International Student Economic Value Tool for a detailed analysis of international students' contribution to the U.S. economy.
A recent post from Travel + Leisure presented the least and most expensive countries for study abroad. According to the list, Mexico is the cheapest study abroad destination, while Singapore is the most expensive. View the entire list and learn more on Travel + Leisure's website.