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Study Abroad Statistics
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2015-2016 Study Abroad Statistics
Preliminary data shows that 1,171 University of Iowa students--813 undergraduates and 358 graduate and professional students--studied abroad in 70 different countries during 2015-16. More complete statistics will be reported here when available.

2014-2015 Study Abroad Statistics
1,220 University of Iowa students—909 undergraduates and 311 graduate and professional students—studied abroad in 72 different countries during 2014-15.

For undergraduates that graduated in 2014-15, 14% participated in a study abroad experience at some point in their college career at UI.

Academic Status
Among the UI undergraduates, 2% were first-year students, 12% sophomores, 43% juniors, and 43% seniors.

Field of Study
Undergraduates who studied abroad during 2014-15 had majors in all of the Colleges; 50.1% of students represented the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 18.7% were in the Tippie College of Business, 17.8% in University College, 6.7% in the College of Education, 5.5% in the College of Engineering, and 1% in the College of Nursing.

UI undergraduates studied abroad in 54 different countries during 2014-15 and UI graduate students studied in 57 different countries. Combining undergraduate and graduate student destinations, 72 countries in total were visited.

The highest concentration of undergraduates—61%—was in Europe. 23% studied in Asia, 6% in Latin America, 4% in Oceania (Australia & New Zealand), and 6% in all other regions combined. The breakdown for graduate students was 29% in Asia, 23% in Europe, 29% in Latin America, 6% in the Middle East, 5% in Sub-Saharan Africa, and 7% of students studied in multiple countries.

Combining all undergraduate and graduate students who studied abroad in 2014-15, the destination breakdown by world region is as follows: Europe – 49%, Asia – 25%, Latin American & the Caribbean – 13%, Australia and New Zealand – 3%, Other regions – 9%.