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2000/01

SHORT-TERM DURATION OF STUDY BY CARNEGIE TYPE
Rank Research Institutions Number of short-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a short-term sojourn
1 Michigan State University 1,428 77.8
2 Florida State University 997 68.1
3 University of Georgia 963 78.4
4 Arizona State University 918 73.6
5 University of Delaware 872 82.0
6 University of Southern California 824 71.0
7 Texas A & M University 753 79.4
8 The Ohio State University Main Campus 736 61.3
9 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 728 53.2
10 University of Texas at Austin 706 43.2
11 University of Florida 681 62.4
12 University of Pennsylvania 655 53.2
13 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 638 49.6
14 University of Minnesota -Twin Cities 622 51.9
15 University of Kansas 608 53.3
16 Brigham Young University 605 49.0
17 University of Utah 591 97.0
18 Iowa State University 570 61.4
19 University of Cincinnati 531 83.6
20 Indiana University at Bloomington 525 41.4
Rank Doctoral Institutions Number of short-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a short-term sojourn
1 Miami University 958 71.1
2 Baylor University 897 90.1
3 George Mason University 678 85.6
4 Florida International University 381 94.1
5 Pepperdine University 330 53.3
6 University of North Texas 311 93.1
7 Ball State University 309 60.6
8 University of Southern Mississippi 299 93.4
9 University of Alabama 294 89.6
10 University of Denver 285 61.2
11 Texas Christian University 272 76.8
12 University of San Diego 260 61.2
13 Western Michigan University 250 56.1
14 Georgia State University 243 73.0
15 Southern Methodist University 242 63.2
16 Northern Illinois University 229 86.7
17 Wake Forest University 208 39.3
18 Hofstra University 200 64.3
19 Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis 195 93.3
20 University of Colorado at Denver 182 67.9
Rank Master's Institutions Number of short-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a short-term sojourn
1 Elon University 547 77.0
2 University of Saint Thomas 469 68.8
3 University of Northern Iowa 443 76.8
4 Appalachian State University 381 87.4
5 Calvin College 344 70.8
6 University of Dayton 316 82.7
7 Grand Valley State University 299 84.2
8 Southwest Texas State University 288 98.3
9 Villanova University 282 62.8
10 Truman State University 252 50.2
11 Kennesaw State University 224 98.2
12 Bradley University 213 80.1
13 Pacific Lutheran University 205 68.6
14 Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania 202 75.4
15 James Madison University 201 30.5
16 Samford University 198 88.0
17 University of Tennessee at Martin 178 98.9
18 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 176 75.5
19 University of North Florida 173 96.1
20 Pace University 167 78.8
Rank Baccalaureate Institutions Number of short-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a short-term sojourn
1 Saint Olaf College 468 70.9
2 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University 351 53.4
3 DePauw University 331 67.4
4 Messiah College 289 71.7
5 Lee University 266 87.8
6 Gustavus Adolphus College 264 66.5
7 Austin College 251 72.8
8 Luther College 236 71.3
9 Lafayette College 233 55.5
10 Concordia College - Moorhead 230 68.2
11 Illinois Wesleyan University 224 74.4
12 Wofford College 221 79.2
13 Smith College 215 60.1
14 Simpson College 211 90.6
15 Birmingham Southern College 206 92.0
16 Hartwick College 199 90.5
17 Bethel College 176 70.1
18 Wartburg College 172 95.6
19 Rhodes College 157 68.6
20 Colorado College 155 43.4
MID-TERM DURATION OF STUDY BY CARNEGIE TYPE
Rank Research Institutions Number of mid-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a mid-term sojourn
1 New York University 934 63.5
2 University of Washington 848 84.1
3 Penn State University Park 830 73.8
4 University of Texas at Austin 792 48.5
5 Boston University 759 79.8
6 University of Colorado at Boulder 727 75.4
7 University of Notre Dame 690 60.9
8 Syracuse University 649 75.4
9 Brigham Young University 625 50.6
9 Indiana University at Bloomington 625 49.3
11 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 587 45.6
12 Cornell University 574 58.9
13 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor 561 59.5
14 University of Pennsylvania 514 41.8
15 University of Wisconsin - Madison 512 40.9
16 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 508 37.1
17 Stanford University 502 88.2
18 Duke University 497 55.5
19 University of Kansas 495 43.4
20 George Washington University 487 72.0
Rank Doctoral Institutions Number of mid-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a mid-term sojourn
1 Dartmouth College 624 99.8
2 Boston College 586 68.6
3 Miami University 367 27.2
4 University of New Hampshire 356 78.6
5 Wake Forest University 316 59.7
6 Binghamton University - SUNY 261 72.5
7 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 222 76.3
8 Pepperdine University 206 33.3
9 Marquette University 188 97.4
10 Duquesne University 185 57.3
11 Western Michigan University 173 38.8
12 University of Denver 162 34.8
13 University of North Carolina at Greensboro 152 62.8
14 Northern Arizona University 151 46.9
15 Ball State University 148 29.0
16 University of San Diego 145 34.1
17 Southern Methodist University 137 35.8
18 Illinois State University 127 41.5
19 Baylor University 102 10.2
19 George Mason University 102 12.9
19 Montana State University 102 56.4
Rank Master's Institutions Number of mid-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a mid-term sojourn
1 California Polytechnic State U. - San Luis Obispo 326 58.6
2 Western Washington University 287 68.7
3 University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire 284 82.3
3 Loyola College in Maryland 284 75.3
5 Ithaca College 273 77.6
6 Franciscan University of Steubenville 253 100.0
7 Truman State University 242 48.2
8 University of Saint Thomas 207 30.4
9 Saint Cloud State University 188 77.4
10 College of Charleston 184 51.0
11 University of Evansville 183 60.6
12 Santa Clara University 180 65.7
13 Villanova University 165 36.7
14 Elon University 161 22.7
15 University of Richmond 157 48.8
15 University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point 157 50.6
17 San Francisco State University 153 46.1
18 Calvin College 149 30.7
19 Fairfield University 140 94.6
20 SUNY College at Geneseo 138 52.9
Rank Baccalaureate Institutions Number of mid-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a mid-term sojourn
1 Carleton College 285 83.3
2 Wesleyan University 342 91.4
3 Colby College 328 89.9
4 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University 306 46.6
5 Kalamazoo College 288 90.9
5 Union College 288 86.7
7 Bates College 275 76.0
8 Bucknell University 273 76.0
9 Middlebury College 262 65.2
10 Lewis & Clark College 233 78.2
11 Gettysburg College 214 94.7
12 Davidson College 210 75.3
13 Macalester College 209 82.6
13 Oberlin College 209 90.1
15 Colorado College 204 57.1
16 Evergreen State College 203 81.9
17 Skidmore College 196 87.1
18 University of Puget Sound 192 93.2
19 Pomona College 187 97.4
20 Dickinson College 185 54.1
LONG-TERM DURATION OF STUDY BY CARNEGIE TYPE
Rank Research Institutions Number of long-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a long-term sojourn
1 University of California - Berkeley 262 52.3
2 University of California - San Diego 245 35.1
3 Georgetown University 207 20.6
4 University of California - Santa Barbara 195 57.7
5 University of California - Los Angeles 185 48.7
6 University of Notre Dame 168 14.8
7 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 164 12.0
7 University of California - Santa Cruz 164 61.0
9 University of Massachusetts Amherst 163 20.4
10 University of Washington 160 15.9
11 New York University 151 10.3
12 University of Wisconsin - Madison 148 11.8
13 University of Texas at Austin 142 8.7
14 Tufts University 130 24.7
15 University of California - Davis 116 50.4
16 University of Minnesota -Twin Cities 109 9.1
17 Indiana University at Bloomington 108 8.5
18 SUNY at Stony Brook 95 62.5
19 Tulane University 93 13.6
19 Northwestern University 93 21.5
Rank Doctoral Institutions Number of long-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a long-term sojourn
1 Northern Arizona University 112 34.8
2 Hofstra University 104 33.4
3 Boston College 99 11.6
4 Pepperdine University 96 15.5
5 San Diego State University 51 8.0
6 Montana State University 49 27.1
7 Bowling Green State University 41 16.1
8 University of Montana 39 28.7
9 George Mason University 35 4.4
10 Andrews University 34 60.7
11 Fordham University 31 20.3
11 Southern Methodist University 31 8.1
13 Michigan Technological University 28 23.1
14 University of Memphis 27 26.7
15 Portland State University 25 20.0
16 University of San Francisco 24 23.1
17 Binghamton University - SUNY 23 6.4
17 Miami University 23 1.7
17 Western Michigan University 23 5.2
17 University of North Carolina at Greensboro 23 9.5
Rank Master's Institutions Number of long-term students Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a long-term sojourn
1 James Madison University 339 51.5
2 Harding University 149 100.0
3 California Polytechnic State U. - San Luis Obispo 99 17.8
4 Gonzaga University 94 48.0
5 San Francisco State University 82 24.7
6 San Jose State University 51 77.3
7 University of Minnesota - Duluth 50 27.2
8 California State University - Fullerton 47 78.3
9 Loyola College in Maryland 45 11.9
10 California State University - Northridge 44 83.0
10 University of Portland 44 22.4
12 Santa Clara University 40 14.6
13 California State University - Long Beach 39 25.3
14 California State University - Sacramento 38 16.9
15 Western Washington University 34 8.1
16 Southern Oregon University 27 29.7
17 Walla Walla College 24 48.0
18 University of Nevada - Las Vegas 21 12.1
19 California State University - San Bernardino 18 19.6
19 University of Saint Thomas 18 2.6
Rank Baccalaureate Institutions Number of long-term studentsof Percent of an institution's students studying abroad for a long-term sojourn
1 Smith College 143 39.9
2 Berea College 111 57.2
3 College of the Holy Cross 110 84.0
4 Middlebury College 99 24.6
5 Dickinson College 92 26.9
6 Sarah Lawrence College 88 71.0
7 Wellesley College 80 23.4
8 Mount Holyoke College 66 45.2
9 Williams College 59 28.4
10 Saint Mary's College 43 31.4
11 Wheaton University 38 32.2
12 Colby College 37 10.1
12 Lewis & Clark College 37 12.4
14 Wesleyan University 32 8.6
15 Bates College 30 8.3
15 Reed College 30 49.2
17 Barnard College 29 19.2
17 Juniata College 29 36.3
17 Kalamazoo College 29 9.1
20 Roger Williams University 28 19.7

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Suggested citation: Institute of International Education. (2002). "Duration of Study Abroad by Institutional Type, 2000/01." Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange. Retrieved from http://www.iie.org/opendoors