Study Abroad

Study Abroad: Can U.S. Institutions Do Better? Trends, Benefits, Access, and Equity

U.S. students’ study abroad participation rates are creeping up, while the duration of programs is plummeting. Available research can help shed lights on who gets to participate, the impact of short term programs, and how to increase both access and benefits for the widest possible range of participants.


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Study Abroad in India: Redressing the Student-Mobility Imbalance

By Dr Vinayak Rao Dr Rao is a specialist in higher education, leadership and international affairs. VIEW UPCOMING FREE WEBINAR: EDUCATION IN INDIA   The relationship between India and the United States has generated a great deal of excitement in


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