The Study Abroad Survey: Did Study Abroad Help Get You A Job?
Did you study, intern or volunteer abroad? Is it true that studying abroad outside of the U.S. can land you a job? Yes? No? We want to hear from you! Fill out short 6-minute survey! If you studied abroad during or after the 1999/00 academic year, while seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree from a U.S. higher education institution, please take the survey!
Generation Study Abroad is an initiative, launched in 2014, of the Institute of International Education (IIE) to mobilize resources and commitments with the goal of doubling the number of U.S. students studying abroad by the end of the decade. The initiative, which is timed to coincide with IIE's centennial in 2019, highlights IIE's commitment to study abroad and encourage purposeful, innovative action to get more Americans to undertake a meaningful international experience through academic study abroad programs, as well as internships, service learning, and non-credit educational experiences.
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