Cleveland’s economy could benefit from recent spike in number of international CWRU students

Cleveland’s economy may get a boost as international students flock to CWRU

The Plain Dealer: This fall, the university accepted more than 400 new students from China into graduate and undergraduate programs—the most ever—as well as a couple hundred more students from 80 other nations. Case Western Reserve’s student body is now 20 percent international, up from 12 percent just five years ago.