A new report by the Council of Graduate Schools indicates offers of admission to foreign students to attend graduate programs at U.S. universities grew by 11% in 2010, fueled by a 23% increase in offers of admission to prospective students from China. This represents a significant increase from 2009’s growth rate of 3%. In addition to continuing strong growth in admissions to Chinese students (the sixth year in a row of double-digit gains), overall rates were boosted by strong growth in admissions to students from Turkey, the Middle East and India, and a leveling-off of declining student admissions from South Korea. Read the report’s highlights and further analysis of foreign graduate student trends in the United States at the CGS website.