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  • 1. Different motives for studying abroad.
    • 690,923 international students attended U.S. institutions in 2009-10 compared to the 262,00 American students who studied abroad in 2008-09. Open Doors
  • 2. Academically driven.
    • The majority of international students are in line with the academic benefits to studying in America.
  • 3. Culturally and socially driven.
    • Most American students recognize study abroad as a chance to experience a different culture and immerse themselves in eye-opening adventures, travel and fun.
  • 4. Longer study duration in America for international students.
    • In the 2008-09 academic year, 269,874 international students were enrolled in a four-year undergraduate program at a respective American University. Open Doors
  • 5. Quick, fleeting fun for Americans abroad.
    • 56 % of American students study abroad for 8 weeks or less and only 4% go for a whole academic year. Institute of International Education
  • 6. International student life at the University of Denver.
    • In the fall of 2010, there was a total of 1171 international students enrolled at the University of Denver .
  • 7. Making America a temporary home.
    • International students make up 10% of the population at the University of Denver with 89 countries represented. Office of Internationalization
  • 8. The comforts of home or an American spin?
    • Chinese international students make up 46% of the total number of international students at the University of Denver. Office of Internationalization
  • 9. Adjusting to the fast paced lifestyle.
    • In 2008/09, international students spent $17.8 billion in the U.S., most of which derived from sources outside of the U.S. Open Doors
  • 10. The United States hosts 6 out of the top 10 universities in the world.
    • The most popular fields of study for students from abroad are in business and engineering fields. These account for 38% of declared majors of international students. Vistawide
  • 11. More seats to fill in the near future.
    • Early indicators of international enrollment for 2011 show that campuses are seeing similar or higher rates of increase for both new and total international students.

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