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How many students study abroad?
Thirty-two percent of students studied abroad for a full semester, down from 5 percent from 2005/06, and less than 3 percent of students studied abroad for an academic or calendar year.
What is the most popular time to study abroad?
Summer term remained the most popular time to study abroad, with 38 percent of students going abroad during the summer in 2015/16. This reflects a growing interest in short-term programs among students, with 60 percent of students studying abroad on programs less than eight weeks in length.
Are women more likely to study abroad?
Women made up more than two-thirds (67.3 percent) of students studying abroad in 2016-17, compared to 65.1 percent a decade earlier. Meanwhile, efforts to make study abroad appealing to a broader array of students outside those studying foreign languages or international studies have borne fruit.
What is generation study abroad?
The Institute of International Education has launched a new five-year program called 淕eneration Study abroad?to double the number of U.S. students studying abroad from the present number of 295,000 (10% of all American students) to 600,000 by 2019.