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What are the different types of study abroad programs?
This is the most common program type for students interested in studying abroad during a semester or two during the academic year. Options include: fall, spring or full academic year. These programs take place during the summer months, typically lasting anywhere from a few weeks to up to two months, (program length is dependent on each program).
How many students study abroad each year?
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. 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 are the most popular fields of study among students abroad?
Business and Management at 20 percent and Social Sciences at 17 percent are the other popular major fields of study represented among students who study abroad. Over the past ten years, the diversity of students studying abroad has increased.
How to study abroad without going through a program?
One way to study abroad that not many think of is directly enrolling in a university overseas. Rather than going through an organized program, you can directly enroll for a semester, year, or full degree at a university abroad.