Foreign exchange students, including students from China and India, have been hard hit by the currency crisis.
Many students, especially students from developing countries, are struggling to pay the fees for the programs that are essential to their education.
According to a report by the World Bank, more than a third of the foreign exchange student population in India is on limited income.
In China, students from poor rural areas face a similar challenge.
In 2018, students in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, who have been the most affected by the current crisis, will have to pay around 40 percent more than the average fee.
Students from developing nations will have less to worry about as the country has been able to import almost all its foreign exchange.
According the report, nearly half of the students are from Africa, the largest group in the world.
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