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International MBA Students Look for Alternatives to U.S.

With fewer international students entering many of the top M.B.A. programs in the U.S. this fall, some of their overseas competitors are getting a boost.

International M.B.A. programs, especially those in Europe and Canada, are seeing an increase in interest from prospective students who want to stay closer to home and from students in Asia and Latin America increasingly turned off to studying in the U.S. The Imperial College Business School in London, for instance, said international applications for its September class jumped…

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