CNBC is “first in business worldwide” so when they heard that business schools are struggling to recruit international students, they were all over the story and contacted Assignment Desk video crews to cover it all.

Journalists went to Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business to talk with current students and professors about the situation. Students say they’re worried they won’t be able to get a visa or land a job when they graduate.

Professors have noticed the decrease in applicants and lack of diversity in their classrooms. CNBC chalks it up to the political climate. Upside? More U.S. students are applying and going to business school. Thanks for letting us help tell the story by trusting our Director of Photography and Audio Operator.

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