Enrollment of students from Saudi Arabia at U.S. schools has fallen significantly compared to the previous school year, according to a report made public Monday.

The 2019 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange said 37,080 Saudi students, down 16.5 %, chose to study in American schools.

It revealed China remained the largest source of international students in the U.S. with 369,548 students in undergraduate, graduate, non-degree, and optional practical training (OPT) programs.

Chinese students have been leading the chart for an astonishing tenth consecutive year, 1.7% increase from last year.

China was followed by India that sent 202,014

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