The universities of the Big Ten Academic Alliance welcome
over 90,000 international students to our campuses, but a recently released report details how these universities are also sending record numbers of students to learn abroad.
The Big Ten Academic Alliance Learning Mobility Benchmark
report details how over 34,000 students from Big Ten universities traveled internationally for study--almost 9% of the total number of students learning abroad, as reported by the 2015 IIE Open Doors
Students studied a variety of fields, with the two most popular areas of Business & Management and Engineering & Social Sciences making up 36% of the total.
Students at Big Ten Academic Alliance member institutions can participate in study abroad programs sponsored by other Big Ten Academic Alliance institutions—and co-sponsored by their home institution. Currently, the pool of study abroad offerings includes programs at more than 70 locations worldwide. Students are eligible to apply for study abroad programs which are co-sponsored by their home institution.
Please visit the Big Ten Academic Alliance's Shared Programs Abroad
page for more information.