As of June 2021, there were 25,816 Vietnamese students in the US, most enrolled in the nation's colleges and universities, according to the latest SEVIS update. That's an increase of 5.23% over March 2021. There are now nearly as many as there were last September, a positive sign. If you add language training (802) to … Continue reading Number of US-Bound Vietnamese Students Continues to Inch Upward
Like most people, I welcome good news whenever and wherever I can find it. In this case, I noticed that Vietnamese enrollments in US secondary boarding and day schools experienced a slight 4.71% increase from December 2020 to March 2021, exceeding the figure from last September, which represented a 33.15% decrease since the beginning of … Continue reading Vietnamese Secondary Enrollments Record Modest Increase in US
As of March 2021, the US hosted 24,534 Vietnamese students, down from 25,221 in December 2020 and 25,824 in September 2020. The number in January 2020, the second semester and the month that COVID-19 arrived in Viet Nam, was 29,976. Those are decreases of 13.85%, 2.34%, and 2.72% - in ascending chronological order. The total … Continue reading Viet Nam Ranks 5th Among US-Bound International Students
NOTE: Here's the correct link to my latest University World News essay, Vietnamese student enrolment in the US holds steady. Mea culpa! The clock is stuck at March 2019. While information may not always be power, it certainly is helpful in professional decision-making. The last SEVIS by the Numbers update was 10 months ago. I … Continue reading Time & Money for Fake Universities But Not Routine Data Updates
As US international student recruiters know all too well, these are tough times for most institutions for a variety of social, political, and economic reasons. Viet Nam, however, remains a bright spot on the recruitment horizon. As of March 2019, there were 30,684 young Vietnamese studying in the US at all levels, most in higher … Continue reading US Student Visa Issuances Up in May-July 2019 Over 2018
According to the latest Mapping SEVIS by the Numbers update from last month, there are currently 31,389 Vietnamese students in the US at all levels of the education system. (2.59% of all international students in the US are from Viet Nam.) Viet Nam remains in 5th place sandwiched between Saudi Arabia, which experienced the sharpest decline … Continue reading The Wave Continues to Build: Vietnamese Students in the USA
As of February 2015, the United States is once again the world's leading host of Vietnamese students. Using the SEVIS by the Numbers quarterly update, which includes both secondary and postsecondary data, there are about 26,000 Vietnamese studying in the US, rounded up by 18 students. Since the Australian figures below encompass all sectors of … Continue reading The USA & Australia Trade Places – Again!
Below is an excerpt from a 20.4.15 Thanh Niên Online article about the dramatic increase in the number of Vietnamese students in the US at the postsecondary and secondary levels, as reported in this 1 April 2015 post, entitled Vietnam Now Ranks 7th Among All Sending Countries (!). VN hiện đang xếp thứ bảy trong … Continue reading Du học Mỹ chọn sao cho đúng và trúng?
According to the latest SEVIS by the Numbers quarterly update from February 2015, a real-time data snapshot of international enrollment in the US, including secondary and postsecondary levels, Vietnam now ranks 7th among all places of origin with 25,982 students, surpassing Taiwan (23,503) and nipping at the heels of Japan (26,187). If the current trend … Continue reading Vietnam Now Ranks 7th Among All Sending Countries (!)
While the Open Doors 2014 numbers are impressive, the latest SEVIS by the Numbers statistics are remarkable. As of last month, i.e., the current fall term, there were 23,407 Vietnamese students in the US at all levels. That represents an astounding 21% increase since July 2014, second only to China (22%). This means that Vietnam … Continue reading Over 23,000 Vietnamese Students in the US!