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This May 2007 IIE White Paper represents the first of the Institute's new policy research series. It assesses current trends in study abroad in the United States, providing a benchmark for future expansion.
It includes an analysis of existing strategic funding initiatives - such as the Gilman, Boren and Freeman-ASIA Scholarships - showing how resource allocation can influence the diversity of participants, geographic destinations, field of study and length of study. In addition, the paper highlights institutions that have created specific program models that better facilitate a more diverse group of students participating in study abroad.
Current Trends in U.S. Study Abroad & the Impact of Strategic Diversity Initiatives