A new study by the United States Education Department found that the United Kingdom and the United Ireland are the two countries most likely to give students an opportunity to pursue an undergraduate degree in commerce.
The United Kingdom has been leading the world in the number of students pursuing degrees in commerce over the past few years, but that success is now threatened by a lack of financial aid.
The new report, by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, says the country ranks 12th for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in trade or commerce.
The U.K. is at 14th, while Ireland is at 19th.
The report did not rank India, where the government recently unveiled an ambitious plan to attract students, but it does rank India’s economy in the bottom 10 in the world for overall gross domestic product.
The report found that about 70 percent of U.s. students pursuing commerce degrees have financial aid available, which is a significant accomplishment.
But the report notes that the average student’s financial aid is $11,300, which means that the median household income for a U.k. student pursuing a trade or finance degree is $42,300.
The survey also found that in 2017, more than 20 percent of students were enrolled in trade and commerce programs and that the number was increasing in 2018, when a total of 27,000 students were attending these programs.
The U.N. estimates that a full-time undergraduate in commerce is worth $1.3 trillion annually.
It’s one of the largest fields of study for young people in the United Nations, and many students are able to go on to earn degrees in other fields of learning.
The Department of Commerce said the survey is the result of a partnership between the U,S.
and U.A.E. The new report is based on data from the 2016 National Center for Education Statistics, and it includes data from students who completed an undergraduate program in commerce, trade or business management, trade finance, commerce administration or the trade, commerce or business sector.