S Data Quarterly Report January09

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S Data Quarterly Report January09

  1. 1. Student and Exchange Visitor Information System General Summary Quarterly Review For the quarter ending December 31, 2008 January 5, 2009
  2. 2. Table of Contents Page I. Introduction 2 II. Management Summary 3 III. School Data 4 IV. F-1 and M-1 Nonimmigrant Student Data 6 SEVP Quarterly Review: October - December 2008 Visit the SEVP website at www.ice.gov/SEVIS Data retrieved 5 January 2009 Visit the DoS web site at http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm
  3. 3. I. Introduction SEVP and SEVIS The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) manages the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS). SEVP is a program under the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency within Department of Homeland Security (DHS). SEVIS came online in 2003 to track and monitor the status and activities of nonimmigrant students and exchange visitors (EVs) who enter the United States. This web-based system collects real-time information on nonimmigrant students, EVs, approved schools, and program sponsors. This information is available to a variety of stakeholders. SEVIS also retains information on Exchange Visitor Program sponsors and visitors that are approved by the Department of State (DoS). The DoS web site is http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm This quarterly review is based on information retrieved on January 5, 2009. As SEVIS is a real-time data base, exact numbers within this review were accurate as of the date retrieved. The below list contains the various organizations that request data and information stored in SEVIS. SEVP continues to see the number of requests increase as SEVP’s abilities and SEVIS’ capabilities expand. DHS - ICE (SEVP) DHS - ICE (Compliance Enforcement Unit) Department of State (DoS) Schools Exchange Visitor Programs Embassies and Consulates Congress Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies Private Organizations Other Governmental Agencies and Entities SEVP Quarterly Review: October - December 2008 Visit the SEVP website at www.ice.gov/SEVIS Data retrieved 5 January 2009 Visit the DoS web site at http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm 2
  4. 4. II. Management Summary Management Review Summary SEVIS Program Totals as of December 31, 2008 The SEVIS “General Data Quarterly Review” is Metric Total produced to provide a snap-shot of useful information to SEVP management and a variety of SEVIS Schools stakeholders. Approved 9,609 Students (F-1 & M-1) This edition of the review represents a sample of Active 722,272 information collected from SEVIS data on January 5, Dependents 94,027 2009. Completed 939,411 Since the program’s inception, the total volume of data in SEVIS continues to grow. As of December 31, Metric Total 2008 there were 1,046,468 Active nonimmigrant students, exchange visitors, and their dependents in SEVIS. Data on greater than 5.6 million Exchange Visitors Programs nonimmigrant visa-type F, M, J visa holders and their Active 1,434 dependents, schools and EV programs can be found Exchange Visitors (J-1) in SEVIS. Active 179,408 Dependents 50,761 Inactive 1,607,117 SEVP Quarterly Review: October - December 2008 Visit the SEVP website at www.ice.gov/SEVIS Data retrieved 5 January 2009 Visit the DoS web site at http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm 3
  5. 5. III. School Data Approved Schools by State New York 690 36% of all SEVP Schools approved schools are located within the states of California, New York, Florida, Texas, and Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania 423 Schools California 1, 203 Florida Schools 572 Schools Schools per Color > 400 Texas 201 - 400 538 Schools 101 - 200 51 - 100 0 - 50 SEVP Quarterly Review: October - December 2008 Visit the SEVP website at www.ice.gov/SEVIS Data retrieved 5 January 2009 Visit the DoS web site at http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm 4
  6. 6. III. School Data Approved Schools Top Five F-1 and M-1 Approved Schools % of Approved Schools with Active S c ho o l N a me # o f A c tiv e S tud e nts Students Cornell University 3,627 12% Houston Community College System 2,976 Santa Monica College 2,924 7% San Francisco State University (SFSU) 1,970 Northern Virgina Community College 1,962 F M Top Five F-1 Approved Schools S c ho o l N a me # o f A c tiv e S tud e nts F&M The City University Of New York 11,621 University Of Southern California 6,549 81% Purdue University 5,770 Columbia University in the City of New York 5,605 University of Illinois 5,475 # of Active Students # of Schools >5,000 7 Top Five M-1 Approved Schools S c ho o l N a me # o f A c tiv e S tud e nts 1,001 - 5,000 152 Pan Am International Flight Academy 490 501 - 1,000 178 Bethel School Of Supernatural Ministry 219 Stmc Training Institute 210 101 - 500 748 Sabena Airline Training Center, Inc 199 51 - 100 643 Air Safety Flight Academy 194 11 - 50 1,699 1 -10 2,469 0 3,713 SEVP Quarterly Review: October - December 2008 Visit the SEVP website at www.ice.gov/SEVIS Data retrieved 5 January 2009 Visit the DoS web site at http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm 5
  7. 7. IV. F & M Nonimmigrant Student Data Top Ten Country of Citizenship Geographic Region and Major Students South Korea remains the country with 120000 the highest number of Active students 100000 (110,083). 80000 The leading Major continues to be 60000 Business for 145,873 international students. 40000 20000 DHS certified schools may offer multiple curricula but must be approved for each 0 A M O A IA AN Y A N AL E specific curriculum in which they enroll F/ M D C KE IN A A D R P IW TN A XI P IN H O E R N JA E C K TA N TU IE A M C TH V students. U O S Top Ten Majors 160000 BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND RELATED SUPPORT SERVICES 140000 ENGINEERING BASIC SKILLS 120000 COMPUTER AND INFORMATION 100000 SCIENCES AND SUPPORT SERVICES HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND RELATED CLINICAL SCIENCES 80000 LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, GENERAL STUDIES, AND HUMANITIES 60000 VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS BIOLOGICAL AND BIOMEDICAL 40000 SCIENCES SOCIAL SCIENCES 20000 HIGH SCHOOL/SECONDARY DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES 0 SEVP Quarterly Review: October - December 2008 Visit the SEVP website at www.ice.gov/SEVIS Data retrieved 5 January 2009 Visit the DoS web site at http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm 6
  8. 8. IV. F & M Nonimmigrant Student Data Number of Active Students by State Students by State Illinois Massachusetts California, New York, 32,022 36,553 Texas, Massachusetts, Illinois and Florida have the highest number of active students. These six states host 51% of all active New York students. 91,820 California 122,156 Florida 32,612 Students per Color Texas >30,000 54,144 20,000 to 29,999 10,000 to 19,999 5,000 to 9,999 2,000 to 4,999 SEVP Quarterly Review: October - December 2008 Visit the SEVP website at www.ice.gov/SEVIS < 2,000 Data retrieved 5 January 2009 Visit the DoS web site at http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm 7
  9. 9. IV. F & M Nonimmigrant Student Data Level of Education and Course of Study Education Level by Active Students 69% of active students are enrolled 250,000 in Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral 200,000 programs. 150,000 An approved school may offer several 100,000 levels of education from pre-school, 50,000 elementary, high 0 school, to post L G G TE L TE 'S Y R 'S O Y secondary education IN IN O AR E AR O R R A O IA IN IN TH LO H E R H D level. IM C ST SC A A TO C O N E O TR TR R S O H A SS C L P M AC EC H A E O T A IG N H G D B S O IG A H TI U FL G A C N O LA V R E TH O % of Total Active Students SEVP Quarterly Review: October - December 2008 Visit the SEVP website at www.ice.gov/SEVIS Data retrieved 5 January 2009 Visit the DoS web site at http://exchanges.state.gov/education/jexchanges/about.htm 8

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