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US business schools losing edge to Asia

Trump's immigration policy and high tuitions are driving away students

Japanese business schools have enhanced their appeal by offering more courses in English.

TOKYO -- The Trump factor is just one reason why U.S. business schools are starting to lose their appeal in Asia, recent findings show.

Nearly two-thirds of U.S. business schools say applications from international students have fallen this year. By contrast, full-time MBA programs in the Asia-Pacific region are reporting an increase in applicants.

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