Generation Study Abroad 

The baseline for Generation Study Abroad was data from the Open Doors 2013 Report, which reported that in academic year 2011/12, 283,332 students participated in credit bearing and 12,758 students participated in non-credit bearing programs. While that may sound like a lot, it in fact represented less than 10% of the 2.6 million students graduating with associates or baccalaureate degrees each year. Our target was 600,000 U.S. students studying abroad in credit and non-credit programs by the end of the decade.

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