Foreign students at Georgetown spent $67 million last year
Georgetown University’s 1,882 foreign students spent $67 million during the 2009-2010 academic year, according to a report published by the National Association of Foreign Student Advisers. The spending figure is $7 million higher than the previous academic year’s.
Across D.C., foreign students spent nearly $300 million during the same period. George Washington University led all D.C. schools with $98 million spent by 2,666 foreign students.
The NAFSA report, which accounts for financial aid given to students, also reported that foreign students spent a nationwide total of approximately $19 billion.