03/18/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Business Schools Go Abroad In Hunt for Students

In an economic climate where many foreign students are increasingly reluctant to come to the U.S. for graduate school, many admissions officers are rewriting the rules of international recruiting. With enrollment at U.S. graduate schools down by double digits this fall from heavyweights like India and South Korea, according to a recent survey by the Council of Graduate Schools, admissions officers at business schools say they are trying to cast a wider net during the busy fall recruiting season.

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