Education and Foreign Students

Unlike some other receiving nations, such as the United Kingdom and Australia, our admissions system is thoroughly decentralized. It seems to run on the principles that:

  1. Encouraging aliens to have a U.S. education is always an unqualified good;
  2. Every entity that calls itself an educational institution is one, and is equal to all others; and
  3. That there will be no governmental, stateside review of potential foreign students.

- David North, CIS Fellow