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U.S. Study Abroad: Leading Institutions by Undergraduate Participation and Institutional Type

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2011/12

INSTITUTIONS BY UNDERGRADUATE PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD: TOP 40 DOCTORATE INSTITUTIONS*, 2011/12
Rank Institution City State Undergraduate Study Abroad Students Total UG Degrees Conferred 2011/12 Estimated % UG Participation inStudy Abroad
1 Boston College Chestnut Hill Massachusetts 1,110 1,489 74.5
2 American University Washington D.C. 1,175 1,623 72.4
3 University of San Diego San Diego California 850 1,239 68.6
4 University of Denver Denver Colorado 765 1,142 67.0
5 University of Notre Dame Notre Dame Indiana 1,322 2,005 65.9
6 Dartmouth College Hanover New Hampshire 655 1,014 64.6
7 New York University New York New York 3,069 4,914 62.5
8 Pepperdine University Malibu California 546 875 62.4
9 Yale University New Haven Connecticut 700 1,165 60.1
10 Wake Forest University Winston-Salem North Carolina 656 1,095 59.9
11 University of Saint Thomas Saint Paul Minnesota 690 1,202 57.4
12 Duke University Durham North Carolina 958 1,734 55.2
13 George Washington University Washington D.C. 1,206 2,239 53.9
14 Northeastern University Boston Massachusetts 1,791 3,389 52.8
15 Syracuse University Syracuse New York 1,506 2,890 52.1
16 Georgetown University Washington D.C. 913 1,753 52.1
17 Tufts University Medford Massachusetts 662 1,294 51.2
18 Stanford University Stanford California 788 1,579 49.9
19 Vanderbilt University Nashville Tennessee 745 1,605 46.4
20 College of William and Mary Williamsburg Virginia 653 1,429 45.7
21 Boston University Boston Massachusetts 1,635 3,620 45.2
22 Princeton University Princeton New Jersey 491 1,111 44.2
23 Washington University in St. Louis St. Louis Missouri 679 1,556 43.6
24 Worcester Polytechnic Institute Worcester Massachusetts 315 737 42.7
25 University of Chicago Chicago Illinois 457 1,126 40.6
26 Clark University Worcester Massachusetts 197 496 39.7
27 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta Georgia 1,025 2,675 38.3
28 Miami University Oxford Ohio 1,447 3,813 37.9
29 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pennsylvania 895 2,378 37.6
30 Cornell University Ithaca New York 1,226 3,275 37.4
31 Brandeis University Waltham Massachusetts 289 792 36.5
32 Lehigh University Bethlehem Pennsylvania 400 1,097 36.5
33 Emory University Atlanta Georgia 708 1,948 36.3
34 University of Delaware Newark Delaware 1,366 3,763 36.3
35 Fordham University Bronx New York 661 1,849 35.7
36 Catholic University of America Washington D.C. 256 725 35.3
37 Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 394 1,124 35.1
38 Southern Methodist University Dallas Texas 458 1,392 32.9
39 Northwestern University Evanston Illinois 656 2,026 32.4
40 University of Virginia - Main Campus Charlottesville Virginia 1,139 3,523 32.3
             
INSTITUTIONS BY UNDERGRADUATE PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD: TOP 40 MASTER'S INSTITUTIONS*, 2011/12
Rank Institution City State Undergraduate Study Abroad Students Total UG Degrees Conferred 2011/12 Estimated % UG Participation in Study Abroad
1 Arcadia University Glenside Pennsylvania 646 468 138.0
2 Elon University Elon College North Carolina 1,092 1,132 96.5
3 Hamline University Saint Paul Minnesota 375 402 93.3
4 Lee University Cleveland Tennessee 629 684 92.0
5 University of Dallas Irving Texas 261 292 89.4
6 Whitworth University Spokane Washington 347 470 73.8
7 University of Evansville Evansville Indiana 301 475 63.4
8 Wingate University Wingate North Carolina 149 241 61.8
9 Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma Washington 392 660 59.4
10 Rollins College Winter Park Florida 294 539 54.5
11 Loyola University Maryland Baltimore Maryland 488 899 54.3
12 Villanova University Villanova Pennsylvania 828 1,646 50.3
13 Marist College Poughkeepsie New York 547 1,101 49.7
14 Trinity University San Antonio Texas 255 522 48.9
15 Saint Mary's College of California Moraga California 306 628 48.7
16 Gonzaga University Spokane Washington 525 1,084 48.4
17 Roger Williams University Bristol Rhode Island 403 846 47.6
18 Chapman University Orange California 489 1,032 47.4
19 Bethel University Saint Paul Minnesota 407 866 47.0
20 Bentley University Waltham Massachusetts 452 986 45.8
21 Bryant University Smithfield Rhode Island 364 809 45.0
22 George Fox University Newberg Oregon 214 478 44.8
23 University of Redlands Redlands California 356 836 42.6
24 Queens University of Charlotte Charlotte North Carolina 183 462 39.6
25 Chatham University Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 79 201 39.3
26 Augsburg College Minneapolis Minnesota 232 594 39.1
27 Pacific University Forest Grove Oregon 130 334 38.9
28 Ithaca College Ithaca New York 497 1,283 38.7
29 Xavier University Cincinnati Ohio 309 803 38.5
30 Butler University Indianapolis Indiana 328 855 38.4
31 Samford University Birmingham Alabama 220 574 38.3
32 St. Mary's University San Antonio Texas 180 478 37.7
33 Spring Arbor University Spring Arbor Michigan 275 748 36.8
34 University of Portland Portland Oregon 277 772 35.9
35 Philadelphia University Philadelphia Pennsylvania 221 622 35.5
36 Loyola University in New Orleans New Orleans Louisiana 187 529 35.3
37 Valparaiso University Valparaiso Indiana 214 607 35.3
38 Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles California 453 1,302 34.8
39 University of Dubuque Dubuque Iowa 119 344 34.6
40 SUNY Geneseo Geneseo New York 401 1,160 34.6
             
INSTITUTIONS BY UNDERGRADUATE PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD: TOP 40 BACCALAUREATE INSTITUTIONS*, 2011/12
Rank Institution City State Undergraduate Study Abroad Students Total UG Degrees Conferred 2011/12 Estimated % UG Participation in Study Abroad
1 Soka University of America Aliso Viejo California 65 47 138.3
2 Webber International University Babson Park Florida 182 135 134.8
3 Centre College Danville Kentucky 372 281 132.4
4 Taylor University Upland Indiana 518 402 128.9
5 Goucher College Baltimore Maryland 340 272 125.0
6 DePauw University Greencastle Indiana 507 447 113.4
7 Wofford College Spartanburg South Carolina 339 309 109.7
8 Austin College Sherman Texas 295 274 107.7
9 Colorado College Colorado Springs Colorado 500 544 91.9
10 Saint Olaf College Northfield Minnesota 678 740 91.6
11 Carleton College Northfield Minnesota 390 446 87.4
12 Calvin College Grand Rapids Michigan 633 729 86.8
13 University of Richmond Richmond Virginia 599 725 82.6
14 Centenary College of Louisiana Shreveport Louisiana 117 144 81.3
15 Kalamazoo College Kalamazoo Michigan 244 302 80.8
16 Goshen College Goshen Indiana 160 199 80.4
17 Saint Mary's College of Maryland St. Mary's City Maryland 349 438 79.7
18 Washington and Lee University Lexington Virginia 314 396 79.3
19 Lewis and Clark College Portland Oregon 337 429 78.6
20 Macalester College Saint Paul Minnesota 308 396 77.8
21 Susquehanna University Selinsgrove Pennsylvania 380 502 75.7
22 Earlham College Richmond Indiana 174 232 75.0
23 Oberlin College Oberlin Ohio 532 721 73.8
24 Davidson College Davidson North Carolina 328 445 73.7
25 Bryn Mawr College Bryn Mawr Pennsylvania 203 279 72.8
26 Dickinson College Carlisle Pennsylvania 370 513 72.1
27 Hartwick College Oneonta New York 205 290 70.7
28 Gustavus Adolphus College St. Peter Minnesota 371 535 69.3
29 Bates College Lewiston Maine 298 435 68.5
30 Colby College Waterville Maine 310 454 68.3
31 Haverford College Haverford Pennsylvania 204 301 67.8
32 Luther College Decorah Iowa 371 549 67.6
33 Carthage College Kenosha Wisconsin 367 549 66.8
34 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University St. Joseph Minnesota 546 818 66.7
35 The Pennsylvania State University - Lehigh Valley University Park Pennsylvania 36 54 66.7
36 Saint Lawrence University Canton New York 353 534 66.1
37 Middlebury College Middlebury Vermont 385 583 66.0
38 Agnes Scott College Decatur Georgia 105 161 65.2
39 Lafayette College Easton Pennsylvania 357 552 64.7
40 Hobart and William Smith Colleges Geneva New York 287 448 64.1
             
* Based on the 2010 Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. These are not entirely comparable with data contained in previous Open Doors Reports, which were based on the 2005 and earlier Carnegie Classifications.

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Suggested citation: Institute of International Education. (2013). "Institutions by Undergraduate Participation in Study Abroad, 2011/12." Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange. Retrieved from http://www.iie.org/opendoors