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New Survey on U.S. Students in Education Abroad Programs in China

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Next week, the Institute of International Education will launch a first-ever survey to capture data on U.S. student participation in a wide range of educational activities in China, including internships, volunteering, and independent research abroad. Collecting data on U.S. students who partake in an array of education programs in China as part of their higher education experience will provide a more accurate picture of outbound student mobility in the U.S. as well as institutional engagement with China.

This new data will also help institutions better understand the full extent of international activity of their students and contribute to good practices of tracking international activity. The results of the survey, which will be shared with respondents in fall 2012, will also allow institutions to benchmark their institutional engagement with China.

The survey will be sent to study abroad offices at institutions across the U.S. If you are a respondent for your institution, IIE would appreciate your participation in this endeavor. For questions about this research, please contact Raisa Belyavina, Senior Research Officer, at atlas@iie.org.  

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