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U.S. Study Abroad: Leading Institutions by Undergraduate Participation and Institutional Type

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2001/02

SELECTED INSTITUTIONS BY ESTIMATED UNDERGRADUATE PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD: TOP 20 RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS, 2001/02
Rank Institution City State Study Abroad Students Undergraduate Study Abroad Students Total Undergraduate Degrees Conferred IPEDS 2001 Estimated Undergraduate Participation in Study Abroad
1 Yeshiva University New York NY 577 577 774 74.5
2 Georgetown University Washington DC 1,412 843 1,619 52.1
3 University of Notre Dame Notre Dame IN 1,161 989 1,954 50.6
4 Duke University Durham NC 943 790 1,589 49.7
5 Tufts University Medford MA 584 553 1,330 41.6
6 George Washington University Washington DC 964 694 1,698 40.9
7 Vanderbilt University Nashville TN 518 500 1,302 38.4
8 Saint Louis University St. Louis MO 545 513 1,377 37.3
9 Emory University Atlanta GA 638 624 1,706 36.6
10 Boston University Boston MA 1,330 1,238 3,504 35.3
11 New York University New York NY 1,872 1,597 4,671 34.2
12 Brown University Providence RI 536 492 1,462 33.7
13 University of Chicago Chicago IL 320 320 989 32.4
14 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA 1,461 837 2,616 32.0
15 Cornell University Ithaca NY 932 665 2,085 31.9
16 Stanford University Stanford CA 532 532 1,676 31.7
17 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill NC 1,266 1,075 3,407 31.6
18 Syracuse University Syracuse NY 947 817 2,600 31.4
19 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta GA 676 612 2,035 30.1
20 Rice University Houston TX 214 214 723 29.6
SELECTED INSTITUTIONS BY ESTIMATED UNDERGRADUATE PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD: TOP 20 DOCTORAL INSTITUTIONS, 2001/02
Rank Institution City State Study Abroad Students Undergraduate Study Abroad Students Total Undergraduate Degrees Conferred IPEDS 2001 Estimated Undergraduate Participation in Study Abroad
1 Dartmouth College Hanover NH 649 649 1,056 61.5
2 Wake Forest University Winston-Salem NC 520 534 901 59.3
3 Worcester Polytechnic Institute Worcester MA 320 320 586 54.6
4 Pepperdine University Malibu CA 640 472 896 52.7
5 University of Denver Denver CO 495 390 769 50.7
6 Southern Methodist University Dallas TX 418 418 1,179 35.5
7 Texas Christian University Fort Worth TX 469 417 1,260 33.1
8 Miami University Oxford OH 1,160 1,075 3,915 27.5
9 Boston College Chestnut Hill MA 639 638 2,336 27.3
10 George Mason University Fairfax VA 864 710 2,812 25.2
11 Clark University Worcester MA 103 103 453 22.7
12 University of the Pacific Stockton CA 148 132 585 22.6
13 Colorado School of Mines Golden CO 84 82 437 18.8
14 Marquette University Milwaukee WI 375 265 1,455 18.2
15 SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry Syracuse NY 51 51 293 17.4
16 University of San Francisco San Francisco CA 183 183 1,062 17.2
17 University of Tulsa Tulsa OK 134 89 530 16.8
18 Duquesne University Pittsburgh PA 264 180 1,109 16.2
19 Loyola University Chicago Chicago IL 366 210 1,318 15.9
20 University of New Hampshire Durham NH 423 376 2,427 15.5
SELECTED INSTITUTIONS BY ESTIMATED UNDERGRADUATE PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD: TOP 20 MASTER'S INSTITUTIONS, 2001/02
Rank Institution City State Study Abroad Students Undergraduate Study Abroad Students Undergraduate Degrees Conferred IPEDS 2001 Undergraduate Participation in Study Abroad
1 Linfield College McMinnville OR 294 276 317 87.1
2 Elon University Elon College NC 634 634 757 83.8
3 Centenary College of Louisiana Shreveport LA 81 81 142 57.0
4 University of Saint Thomas St. Paul MN 644 587 1,129 52.0
5 Calvin College Grand Rapids MI 460 460 904 50.9
6 University of Richmond Richmond VA 422 354 733 48.3
7 Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma WA 360 360 757 47.6
8 Gonzaga University Spokane WA 249 234 556 42.1
8 Loyola College in Maryland Baltimore MD 329 329 782 42.1
10 Rollins College Winter Park FL 235 235 581 40.4
11 University of Portland Portland OR 196 196 516 38.0
12 Saint Michael's College Colchester VT 159 160 435 36.8
13 Samford University Birmingham AL 269 239 684 34.9
14 Philadelphia University Philadelphia PA 148 146 468 31.2
15 Assumption College Worcester MA 141 141 485 29.1
16 Santa Clara University Santa Clara CA 315 315 1,109 28.4
17 Arcadia University Glenside PA 100 89 314 28.3
18 Simmons College Boston MA 72 75 267 28.1
19 Marygrove College Detroit MI 27 27 97 27.8
20 Bellarmine University Louisville KY 97 90 334 26.9
SELECTED INSTITUTIONS BY ESTIMATED UNDERGRADUATE PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD: TOP 20 BACCALAUREATE INSTITUTIONS, 2001/02
Rank Institution City State Study Abroad Students Undergraduate Study Abroad Students Total Undergraduate Degrees Conferred IPEDS 2001 Estimated Undergraduate Participation in Study Abroad
1 Eckerd College St. Petersburg FL 388 388 314 123.6*
2 Berea College Berea KY 244 244 236 103.4*
3 Saint Olaf College Northfield MN 644 643 648 99.2
4 Kalamazoo College Kalamazoo MI 237 237 240 98.8
5 Austin College Sherman TX 251 251 265 94.7
6 Earlham College Richmond IN 193 193 204 94.6
7 Wofford College Spartanburg SC 221 221 245 90.2
8 Dickinson College Carlisle PA 406 406 457 88.8
9 Chatham College Pittsburgh PA 87 86 97 88.7
10 Lawrence University Appleton WI 174 174 198 87.9
11 Union College Schenectady NY 400 400 470 85.1
12 Lewis & Clark College Portland OR 319 319 376 84.8
13 Carleton College Northfield MN 356 356 439 81.1
14 Marlboro College Marlboro VT 39 40 50 80.0
15 Colby College Waterville ME 372 372 468 79.5
16 Lyon College Batesville AR 65 65 82 79.3
17 Warren Wilson College Ashville NC 108 108 138 78.3
18 DePauw University Greencastle IN 384 389 509 76.4
19 Wheaton College Wheaton IL 256 250 337 74.2
20 Colorado College Colo. Springs CO 358 358 507 70.6
* Estimated participation may exceed 100% of conferred degrees if students enroll for multiple study abroad sojourns during their college experience.

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Suggested citation: Institute of International Education. (2003). "Institutions by Undergraduate Participation in Study Abroad, 2001/02." Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange. Retrieved from http://www.iie.org/opendoors