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Student Poll: College Bound Students Interest in Study Abroad

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Student Poll: College Bound Students Interest in Study Abroad

December 30, 1899

​This study demonstrates that college-bound high school students have strong interest in study abroad and international learning. A high proportion want the college they attend to offer a wide range of international experiences and opportunities, including language study, internships and study abroad, and courses on international topics. The findings suggest that U.S. colleges and universities need to encourage student participation as well as provide opportunities for students to gain knowledge about and experiences in the wider world. The study was developed in collaboration with Art & Science Group and the College Board.

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