Study Abroad Resources

As we work with Universities, we come across useful resources for administrators and compile them below:

U.S. Department of State

Study Abroad Information

Country Information

Travel Alerts (short-term conditions to be cognizant of)

Travel Warnings   (more serious concerns)


Center for Global Education

Cultural Adjustment (Addresses culture shock and local integration)

Resources for Educators (Links to web sites that address student health and safety, study abroad research, university consortia for international educators, etc.)


Study Abroad Statistics, Trends and Articles

European countries remain the most popular study abroad destinations for American students:  The Almanac of Higher Education 2011 reports that Britian, Italy, Spain and France hold on to the top 4 study abroad destinations for American students.  Read more about U.S. Student Study Abroad Destinations.

Interesting article about how to make study abroad more popular with students:  The Quest for Collaboration in Study Abroad

IIE's 2010 Open Doors International Study Data:  Fast Facts on where American students are going overseas and international student populations in the U.S. 


Cross-Cultural Interaction and Development

Wake Forest's "Navigating Study Abroad:  Preparing Students for Cross Cutural Engagement"

Intercultural Development Inventory  (Useful article on CIEE's initiative utilizing IDI to improve intercultural competence)

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