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McGill University is a beautiful campus in a beautiful city! Montreal is known for its architecture, night life and vibrant cultural scene, and McGill's downtown campus is located right in the middle of it all. Which means you get all the benefits of an old school (with its well-developed library collections and facilities) and the conveniences of a modern city all around it.
With an estimated one quarter of international college grads studying in the U.S. in the 2010-11 school year, what can we do to keep the benefits these foreign students bring to the U.S. economy both during school and after graduation?...