The number of students from China, South Korea and other Asian countries studying at American or European universities have, in general, been increasing over the years. Although there was a time when such a tendency was checked due to the increasing complexity of entry procedures into the United States, or to the depreciation of Asian currencies, the desire of Chinese, Korean and Southeast Asians to study in the U.S. or in Europe has not waned.

Businessmen, technicians and artists — from Mumbai to Seoul — seek a place of activity in the U.S. and in Europe.

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