- IIEPassport.org: Share and search for study abroad programs within this comprehensive and easy to navigate database.
- A Student Guide to Study Abroad and A Parent Guide to Study Abroad: Published by IIE and written by three leading study abroad experts—Stacie Nevadomski Berdan, Allan E. Goodman and Sir Cyril Taylor— A Student Guide to Study Abroad offers the most comprehensive advice available. Covering topics at all stages of the study abroad experience, is great for students and parents.
- Generation Study Abroad Green Paper: As a result of the first "Generation Study Abroad Think Tank", this green paper lays the foundation for an ongoing discussion around how to increase the number of students studying abroad in the short term and to shift the paradigm over the long term.
- Gaining an Employment Edge: The Impact of Study Abroad on 21st Century Skills & Career Prospects and Study Abroad Matters: Linking Higher Education to the Contemporary Workforce through International Experience investigate the connection between study abroad programs and the development of skills that contribute to employment and career development in today's workforce.
- Underrepresented Students in US Study Abroad: Investigating Impacts synthesizes existing research on the association of study abroad with positive academic outcomes for minority and other underrepresented students, with the goal of ultimately helping enhance pathways of access to study abroad for all students.
- Broadening Opportunities for Study Abroad: U.S. Government Funded Scholarship Programsexplores U.S. government scholarship opportunities available to U.S. students interested in an international experience, highlighting different sponsoring agencies.
- The Rise of Remote Global Internships: Promising Practices and the Implications for Career Readiness provides insight into the role of remote global internships in providing experiential educational opportunities for university students and the potential role these internships have in developing students' skills acquisition, global citizenship, and career readiness.
- Faculty and Education Abroad: The Role of Faculty in Promoting Global Learning on U.S. Campuses investigates the link between faculty and education abroad to shed light on opportunities and challenges that faculty face when engaging with education abroad, both as campus champions and leaders.
- Who’s Counting? Understanding the Landscape of Graduate Learning Overseas shares results of the first national survey to U.S. higher education institutions on graduate-level study abroad and demonstrate the need for institutions to build capacity to collect graduate student mobility data to support graduate students’ needs.
IIE’s Study Abroad Capacity Research series
- Expanding Education Abroad at U.S. Community Colleges
- Expanding Study Abroad Capacity at U.S. Colleges and Universities
- Expanding U.S. Study Abroad in the Arab World
- Expanding U.S. Study Abroad to Brazil
- Expanding U.S. Study Abroad to India
- Expanding U.S. Study Abroad to Indonesia
- Expanding U.S. Study Abroad to Turkey
- Exploring Host Country Capacity for Increasing U.S. Study Abroad
- Who’s Counting? Understanding the Landscape of Graduate Learning Overseas
- Inclusive by Design: Adapting Surveys to Meet the Needs of Your Student Body
- Expanding Access for U.S. Students Studying Abroad through Faculty-Led Programming
- Exploring Study Abroad Data & Trends through Open Doors
- Reaching Your Generation Study Abroad Commitment: Successful Practices from IIE Seal of Excellence Recipients
- Demand for Data: Using IIE's Open Doors Data for Community Colleges' Internationalization
- Building Study Abroad: U.S. Department of State’s MOOC & IIE’s Data-Driven Strategies