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Project Atlas ® tracks migration trends of the millions of students who pursue education outside of their home countries each year. Data are collected on global student mobility patterns as well as leading countries involved in international higher education mobility. For more information, please visit About Project Atlas.

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Project Atlas Fast Facts 2012. Click to download Project Atlas Fast Facts pdf. New 2013 Project Atlas Trends and Global Data Fact Sheet

To access data for each country, select the country profile page in the drop down menu on the left.

To see an overview of trends and global data, download the Project Atlas Fast Facts sheet.

New Report

New Frontiers: U.S. Students Pursuing Degrees AbroadNew Frontiers: U.S. Students Pursuing Degrees Abroad  

a new report from IIE’s Center for Academic Mobility Research, presents findings from a 2-year analysis of key destinations and fields of study of U.S. students pursuing degree programs abroad. The study finds that there are over 46,500 U.S. students pursuing degrees abroad. This report is complementary to the Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange and helps to complete the picture of outbound postsecondary mobility in the United States.

Download the report

Project Atlas Overview PageDownload a new Project Atlas one-page overview. The overview lists all of the Project Atlas partner organizations and showcases some Project Atlas activities around the world.

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San Diego, USA | May 25-30 | 2014
The 26th Annual EAIE Conference
Prague, Czech Republic | September 16-19 | 2014
UNESCO World Conference
Aichi-Nagoya, Japan | November 10-12 | 2014

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