Study Abroad Data, by University

There are at least three ways to analyze these data: raw numbers; raw numbers adjusted for number of bachelor’s degree recipients; and raw numbers adjusted for size of undergraduate enrollment. Tell us which measure you think is best. The list below is based on raw numbers adjusted for size of undergraduate enrollment. Only universities among the “Fifty” are included. Please be aware that this information is unlikely to be included in this form in our upcoming guidebook.

1. Virginia, 2. UCLA, 3. Delaware, 4. Georgia Tech, 5. Georgia,

6. Washington, 7. North Carolina, 8. Michigan, 9. Vermont, 10. Wisconsin,

11. Arizona, 12. Indiana, 13. Kansas, 14. Minnesota, 15. Iowa.

If we had adjusted for the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded instead of undergraduate enrollment size, Georgia Tech, Delaware, and Vermont would likely hold the top three spots.

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