Recent currency depreciations in various emerging markets worldwide have ignited a conversation about international student enrollment rates in the U.S. and the U.K., according to University World News. Experts remain divided on the potential impact, as some worry the financial situation will decrease international student enrollment while others doubt the fluctuations in currency values are significant enough to cause a change.
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