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U.S. Study Abroad: Leading Institutions by Institutional Type

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2010/11

INSTITUTIONS BY TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS: TOP 40 DOCTORATE INSTITUTIONS*, 2010/11
Rank Institution City State Total Study Abroad Students
1 New York University New York NY 3,799
2 Michigan State University East Lansing MI 2,577
3 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Minneapolis MN 2,562
4 University of California - Los Angeles Los Angeles CA 2,451
5 University of Texas - Austin Austin TX 2,350
6 University of Southern California Los Angeles CA 2,340
7 Indiana University - Bloomington Bloomington IN 2,203
8 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA 2,198
9 University of Wisconsin - Madison Madison WI 2,159
10 University of Washington Seattle WA 2,152
11 Penn State University - University Park University Park PA 2,087
12 University of Georgia Athens GA 2,079
13 University of Florida Gainesville FL 2,075
14 Ohio State University - Main Campus Columbus OH 1,993
15 University of Maryland - College Park College Park MD 1,975
16 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor Ann Arbor MI 1,946
17 Boston University Boston MA 1,928
18 University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign Champaign IL 1,907
19 Miami University Oxford OH 1,899
20 Brigham Young University Provo UT 1,883
21 Texas A&M University College Station TX 1,856
22 George Washington University Washington DC 1,802
23 Florida State University Tallahassee FL 1,693
24 Northeastern University Boston MA 1,643
25 Syracuse University Syracuse NY 1,636
26 American University Washington DC 1,599
26 University of Virginia - Main Campus Charlottesville VA 1,599
28 Arizona State University Tempe AZ 1,574
29 Georgetown University Washington DC 1,562
30 Cornell University Ithaca NY 1,478
31 University of San Diego San Diego CA 1,457
32 University of California - Davis Davis CA 1,448
33 San Diego State University San Diego CA 1,441
34 University of Kansas Lawrence KS 1,425
35 University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Chapel Hill NC 1,404
36 University of Notre Dame Notre Dame IN 1,384
37 University of Delaware Newark DE 1,375
38 Purdue University - Main Campus West Lafayette IN 1,353
39 University of Iowa Iowa City IA 1,347
40 University of California - Berkeley Berkeley CA 1,329
 
INSTITUTIONS BY TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS: TOP 40 MASTER'S INSTITUTIONS*, 2010/11
Rank Institution City State Total Study Abroad Students
1 Elon University Elon College NC 1,170
2 James Madison University Harrisonburg VA 1,101
3 Appalachian State University Boone NC 886
4 Villanova University Villanova PA 866
5 Arcadia University Glenside PA 808
6 Loyola University Maryland Baltimore MD 757
7 Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo CA 738
8 Kennesaw State University Kennesaw GA 734
9 California State University - Long Beach Long Beach CA 728
10 College of Charleston Charleston SC 664
11 Lee University Cleveland TN 664
12 Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles CA 659
13 Grand Valley State University Allendale MI 626
14 University of North Carolina - Wilmington Wilmington NC 613
15 University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls IA 564
16 Hamline University Saint Paul MN 546
17 Gonzaga University Spokane WA 537
17 University of Redlands Redlands CA 526
19 San Francisco State University San Francisco CA 517
20 Johnson and Wales University Providence RI 512
21 Bentley University Waltham MA 498
22 Chapman University Orange CA 494
23 Central Connecticut State University New Britain CT 491
24 Western Washington University Bellingham WA 491
25 University of North Florida Jacksonville FL 485
26 Rollins College Winter Park FL 477
27 Ithaca College Ithaca NY 476
28 SUNY Geneseo Geneseo NY 470
28 Roger Williams University Bristol RI 461
30 University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire Eau Claire WI 448
31 Saint Joseph's University Philadelphia PA 445
31 CUNY Hunter College New York NY 431
33 SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology New York NY 430
34 Marist College Poughkeepsie NY 427
35 Santa Clara University Santa Clara CA 426
36 Truman State University Kirksville MO 418
37 St. Cloud State University St. Cloud MN 409
38 University of Minnesota - Duluth Duluth MN 403
39 Western Kentucky University Bowling Green KY 398
40 Bethel University Saint Paul MN 395
 
INSTITUTIONS BY TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS: TOP 40 BACCALAUREATE INSTITUTIONS*, 2010/11
Rank Institution City State Total Study Abroad Students
1 Saint Olaf College Northfield MN 672
2 Calvin College Grand Rapids MI 575
3 Oberlin College Oberlin OH 561
4 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University St. Joseph MN 531
5 Taylor University Upland IN 517
6 Bucknell University Lewisburg PA 504
7 Luther College Decorah IA 484
8 DePauw University Greencastle IN 471
9 Colorado College Colorado Springs CO 468
10 University of Richmond Richmond VA 458
11 Colby College Waterville ME 432
12 Skidmore College Saratoga Sprngs NY 428
13 Colgate University Hamilton NY 422
14 Messiah College Grantham PA 396
15 Lafayette College Easton PA 395
16 Wofford College Spartanburg SC 384
17 Middlebury College Middlebury VT 371
18 Carleton College Northfield MN 363
19 Centre College Danville KY 361
20 Union College Schenectady NY 356
21 Concordia College - Moorhead Moorhead MN 355
22 Bates College Lewiston ME 345
23 Lewis and Clark College Portland OR 343
24 Gustavus Adolphus College St. Peter MN 341
24 Saint Lawrence University Canton NY 341
26 Dickinson College Carlisle PA 339
27 Gettysburg College Gettysburg PA 336
28 Carthage College Kenosha WI 317
28 Eckerd College St. Petersburg FL 317
30 Goucher College Baltimore MD 315
31 Hope College Holland MI 305
31 Saint Mary's College of Maryland St. Mary's City MD 305
33 Trinity College Hartford CT 300
34 Austin College Sherman TX 296
35 Susquehanna University Selinsgrove PA 293
36 Augustana College Rock Island IL 288
37 Davidson College Davidson NC 281
38 Wesleyan University Middletown CT 279
39 Williams College Williamstown MA 276
40 Muhlenberg College Allentown PA 275
 
* 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. (2012). "Institutions by Total Number of Study Abroad Students, 2010/11." Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange. Retrieved from http://www.iie.org/opendoors