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August 31, 2014 9:42 AM

Brookings study: Miami attracts big share of foreign students, but not in STEM fields

South Florida ranks among the highest areas of the country for attracting foreign students, and the metropolitan area also ranks high nationally for retaining foreign talent after graduation. Yet, the Miami area ranks near the bottom among metro areas for foreign students who study science, technology, engineering or math, a new Brookings Institution report found.

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