SCU has increased significantly in the 2014 rankings among comparable* institutions nationally, as follows:
- #21 for the total number of students who study abroad (560 students) (Rank in 2013: #40)
- #5 for the total number of students who study abroad on "mid-length academic programs" for a quarter/semester (377 students) (Rank in 2013: #8)
- #24 for the total number of international students whom we host (1,119 students) (Rank in 2013: #28)
The new 2014 Institute for International Education (IIE) Open Doors
data were released yesterday. See the press release
and full data set
. The report provides the most comprehensive data on mobility of international students, international scholars and US students studying abroad. IIE is an independent not-for-profit that releases this report with support from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.
July 1st - 10th: This summer, SCU's School of Engineering is hosting the International Summer Academy of Bioengineering (ISAB).
In fall 2014 alone, SCU students will study in 33 different countries including many non-traditional destinations. Read more about this shift to diversify program locations and one student's experience in India.
June 23rd-25th: Becky Konowicz, Director of International Admission, participated in the fifth annual EducationUSA Forum in Washington D.C. on behalf of Santa Clara University.
International Undergraduate Admission provides a snapshot of incoming international students for Fall 2014
Sally Osberg, the internationally respected thought leader in the field of social entrepreneurship, will speak about the future of social innovation and the challenges facing the next generation of innovators.