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The graph below shows the number of students from the US, the UK and Australia who studied in universities in other countries from 2002 to 2007.

The line graph illustrates the number of American, British and Australian students who studied in universities in other nations between 2002 and 2007. Overall, The maximum number of American students and the least number of Australian students studied away from their home country while, the number of the UK students showed downward trends. From 2002 to 2007, the number of Australian students who studied abroad was stable at around 10, 000. The students from the United States who studied in foreign universities were 30, 000 in 2002. This figure was the same till 2003. On the contrary, this figure showed a steady declined and reached at about 22, 000 by 2007. The number of American students who studied in other countries was 50, 000 in 2002. On the contrary, this figure decreased modestly and reached nearly 46, 000 by 2004. After that the number of American students increased slightly and reached at 50, 000 in 2006 and remained stable till 2007.
The line graph illustrates the number of American, British and Australian
students
who studied in universities in other nations between 2002 and 2007.
Overall
, The maximum number of American
students
and the least number of Australian
students
studied away from their home country while, the number of the UK
students
showed
downward trends. From 2002 to 2007, the number of Australian
students
who studied abroad was stable at around 10, 000. The
students
from the United States who studied in foreign universities were 30, 000 in 2002. This figure was the same till 2003.
On the contrary
, this figure
showed
a steady declined and reached at about 22, 000 by 2007. The number of American
students
who studied in other countries was 50, 000 in 2002.
On the contrary
, this figure decreased
modestly
and reached
nearly
46, 000 by 2004. After that the number of American
students
increased
slightly
and reached at 50, 000 in 2006 and remained stable till 2007.

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