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U.S. Study Abroad: Leading Institutions: Duration/Inst. Type

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2004/05

SHORT-TERM DURATION OF STUDY ABROAD BY INSTITUTIONAL TYPE
Rank Doctoral/Research Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 Michigan State University 1,947 82
2 University of Georgia 1,368 79
3 University of Texas at Austin 1,340 62
4 University of Delaware 1,331 91
5 University of Florida 1,329 74
6 Ohio State University-Main Campus 1,057 67
7 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1,045 60
8 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 1,024 49
9 University of Virginia-Main Campus 1,007 60
10 University of Pennsylvania 990 57
11 New York University 983 38
12 Ohio University-Main Campus 947 89
13 Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus 923 68
14 Miami University-Oxford 915 64
15 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 834 45
16 Texas A & M University 815 68
17 University of Southern California 796 59
18 George Mason University 775 85
19 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 749 54
20 Florida State University 736 77
Rank Master's Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 Elon University 736 80
2 Loyola Marymount University 476 70
3 Appalachian State University 453 84
4 James Madison University 436 59
5 Texas State University - San Marcos 430 75
6 Villanova University 396 56
7 University of Northern Iowa 337 80
8 University of North Florida 318 88
9 Grand Valley State University 300 65
10 Truman State University 283 43
11 Loyola University New Orleans 262 98
12 Seattle University 258 68
13 Kennesaw State University 257 97
14 Georgia Southern University 256 93
14 University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh 256 89
16 College of Charleston 254 51
17 Johnson & Wales University 253 79
17 Hamline University 253 77
19 University of Tennessee-Martin 237 94
19 University of Minnesota-Duluth 237 49
Rank Baccalaureate Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 Lee University 459 83
2 Saint Olaf College 443 67
3 Calvin College 353 67
4 Luther College 348 81
5 Concordia College at Moorhead 344 75
6 Austin College 296 85
7 Messiah College 287 65
8 DePauw University 281 66
9 University of Richmond 270 53
10 Gustavus Adolphus College 256 64
11 Wartburg College 248 95
12 Oberlin College 235 49
13 Eckerd College 228 87
14 Lafayette College 214 63
15 Colorado College 203 50
16 Simpson College 200 87
17 Taylor University-Upland 198 62
18 Wofford College 189 79
19 Washington and Lee University 166 90
20 Berea College 164 87
Rank Associate's Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 College of Dupage 194 97
2 Cabrillo College 157 100
3 Chaffey College 155 71
4 Santa Monica College 123 100
5 Glendale Community College 115 100
6 Community College of Baltimore County 111 100
7 Napa Valley College 103 100
8 Mesa Community College 97 100
9 El Camino College 95 78
10 Pasadena City College 92 59
11 Miami Dade College 81 74
12 Santa Barbara City College 68 46
13 Kirkwood Community College 66 100
14 Anne Arundel Community College 65 100
14 Shoreline Community College 65 94
16 Mt. San Antonio College 60 70
17 Brookdale Community College 57 76
18 Howard Community College 56 100
19 Nassau Community College 55 95
20 Long Beach City College 52 100
MID-TERM DURATION OF STUDY ABROAD BY INSTITUTIONAL TYPE
Rank Doctoral/Research Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 New York University 1,442 55
2 University of Washington-Seattle Campus 1,415 89
3 Boston University 1,188 79
4 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 1,037 50
5 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 1,028 56
6 University of Wisconsin-Madison 996 62
7 Syracuse University 950 74
8 University of Colorado at Boulder 942 69
9 Indiana University-Bloomington 919 57
10 University of Notre Dame 748 55
11 University of Texas at Austin 732 34
12 George Washington University 727 62
13 Cornell University-Endowed Colleges 716 58
14 San Diego State University 696 55
15 University of Virginia-Main Campus 677 40
16 University of Pennsylvania 674 39
17 Boston College 632 62
17 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 632 46
19 Georgetown University 613 47
20 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 594 34
Rank Master's Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 433 67
2 Truman State University 372 56
3 Ithaca College 344 86
4 Loyola College in Maryland 335 73
5 Santa Clara University 326 84
6 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 315 72
7 Webster University 287 100
8 Villanova University 286 41
9 James Madison University 272 37
10 Fairfield University 235 98
10 College of Charleston 235 47
12 Western Washington University 219 84
13 Bentley College 216 60
14 Loyola Marymount University 200 29
15 Minnesota State University-Mankato 197 65
16 Elon University 194 21
17 University of Redlands 193 100
17 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 193 48
19 University of Minnesota-Duluth 192 40
20 Marist College 180 54
Rank Baccalaureate Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 College of Saint Benedict/St. Johns University 419 74
2 Colgate University 343 78
3 Middlebury College 331 81
4 Carleton College 308 90
5 Wesleyan University 301 93
6 Colby College 294 64
7 Gettysburg College 275 84
8 Skidmore College 257 67
9 Bucknell University 252 66
10 Davidson College 239 69
11 Bates College 237 77
12 Connecticut College 230 95
12 University of Richmond 230 46
14 Trinity College 220 87
15 Kalamazoo College 218 77
16 Dickinson College 210 50
17 Oberlin College 207 44
18 Saint Olaf College 206 31
19 Colorado College 205 51
20 St. Lawrence University 200 87
Rank Associate's Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 Citrus College 159 86
2 City College of San Francisco 126 77
3 Sierra College 99 100
3 Santa Rosa Junior College 99 74
5 Santa Barbara City College 81 54
6 Pasadena City College 63 41
6 Chaffey College 63 29
8 Miracosta College 58 83
9 Riverside Community College 47 63
10 North Lake College 37 100
11 Miami Dade College 28 26
12 El Camino College 27 22
13 Mt. San Antonio College 26 30
14 Spokane Falls Community College 25 100
14 Lake Tahoe Community College 25 35
16 Kapiolani Community College 23 61
17 Brookdale Community College 18 24
18 San Diego Mesa College 17 94
18 Niagara County Community College 17 45
20 College of the Siskiyous 15 35
LONG-TERM DURATION OF STUDY ABROAD BY INSTITUTIONAL TYPE
Rank Doctoral/Research Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 Yeshiva University 637 100
2 University of California-San Diego 250 24
3 Pepperdine University 226 33
4 University of California-Santa Barbara 212 32
5 New York University 186 7
6 University of California-Berkeley 172 23
7 University of Wisconsin-Madison 164 10
8 Georgetown University 152 12
9 University of California-Santa Cruz 147 30
10 Tufts University 143 21
11 University of California-Los Angeles 139 25
12 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 135 8
13 University of Notre Dame 133 10
14 University of California-Irvine 130 17
15 University of Washington-Seattle Campus 124 8
16 University of Hawaii at Manoa 119 22
17 University of California-Davis 113 28
17 George Washington University 113 10
19 University of Colorado at Boulder 100 7
20 University of Texas at Austin, The 97 4
Rank Master's Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 Touro College 330 100
2 Saint Cloud State University 184 53
3 California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 140 22
4 Gonzaga University 127 42
5 San Francisco State University 109 30
6 California State University-Long Beach 96 29
6 University of Northern Iowa 96 23
8 Loyola College in Maryland 84 18
9 California State University-Northridge 68 92
9 California State University-Chico 68 28
11 Sonoma State University 57 80
12 University of Minnesota-Duluth 51 11
13 California State University-Sacramento 48 26
14 University of Portland 40 15
15 Western Washington University 36 14
16 James Madison University 32 4
17 San Jose State University 27 14
18 Western Carolina University 26 37
19 Southern Oregon University 25 27
20 Grand Valley State University 23 5
Rank Baccalaureate Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 Hope College 199 58
2 Smith College 189 47
3 Dickinson College 93 22
4 Sarah Lawrence College 92 66
5 College of the Holy Cross 86 70
6 Mount Holyoke College 79 31
7 Wellesley College 77 22
8 Fashion Institute of Technology 69 27
9 Middlebury College 67 16
10 Kenyon College 43 26
10 Colby College 43 9
12 Williams College 42 18
13 Barnard College 41 21
14 Randolph-Macon Woman's College 34 49
14 Trinity College 34 13
16 Oberlin College 33 7
17 Saint Mary's College 32 21
18 Bates College 28 9
19 Kalamazoo College 27 10
20 Reed College 25 42
Rank Associate's Institutions Number of Students Percentage
1 Kapiolani Community College 6 16
2 City College of San Francisco 4 2
3 Salt Lake Community College 2 8
4 Cape Cod Community College 1 25
4 Lee College 1 6
4 San Diego Mesa College 1 6

Definitions:
Short-term: Study abroad programs that take place during the Summer, January Term, or those which have a duration of 8 Weeks or Fewer.
Mid-term: Study abroad programs that take place during one Semester, one Quarter or two Quarters.
Long-term: Study abroad programs that take place during a full Calendar or Academic Year.
Percentage: Percentage of all study abroad students from a particular institution (e.g. "60%" = 60% of all study abroad for that institution).

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Suggested citation: Institute of International Education. (2006). "Duration of Study Abroad by Institutional Type, 2004/05." Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange. Retrieved from http://www.iie.org/opendoors