Do you know that most American students shy away from Asia as a primary destination for studying abroad?
According to the Open Doors 2016 report by the Institute of International Education (IIE),10% of U.S. undergraduate students chose to study abroad in 2014-15. Of those American students who studied abroad, only 11% decided to study in Asia, while the majority (55%) chose Europe as their destination. The data of the Open Doors revealed an interesting fact: “32% of the U.S. study abroad students were hosted by the United Kingdom, Italy, and Spain.
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Where Do Most American Students Go?
Sources of data:
1. Top 10 Study Abroad Destinations for 2019, by GoAbroad.com (or G.A.)
2. The 20 most popular destinations for Americans to study abroad (2016), by Business Insider (or B.I.)
3.The Best Study Abroad Destinations for Popular Majors （2018）, by GoOverseas.com