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What was study abroad history like in the 20th century?
While the first thousand or so years of study abroad history were not terribly turbulent or exciting, the 20th century took it personally upon itself to make up for lost time.
Why study abroad after World War II?
As the world was settling into the post-war generation, there were increased opportunities for education abroad. With political support for study abroad as a means for increasing world peace, programs developed rapidly, with the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) leading the pack.
Who is the pioneer of study abroad?
While it is true that Aristotle was born in Macedonia but attended school in Greece, and it might be more fun to envision Magellan or Ibn Battuta stopping in foreign lands for a quick language class before continuing on their journeys, it is actually another man who takes the title of The Pioneer of Study Abroad.
How many students have participated in the International Study Abroad program?
To date, more than 200,000 students have participated in this program across over 150 countries worldwide. Throughout the 1940s, there were limited means for international students to travel abroad, as there was a shortage of ships crossing the Atlantic outside of post-war means.