Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Steady Going at Brown

Fall 2009 study-abroad numbers at Brown University are holding steady when compared with those of 2008, the Brown Daily Herald reported today.

Director of International Programs Kendall Brostuen says Brown will have about 250 students going abroad next fall, compared to 248 last fall and 212 in 2007. While some schools are showing substantial declines in study abroad enrollment, Brostuen says his institution’s enrollments “demonstrate that Brown students understand the value of the international dimension to liberal learning.”

About two-thirds of Brown’s abroad students will head for Europe in the fall. Twenty percent will study in Asia and the Americas, 10 percent in Africa and 5 percent in the Middle East and Oceania.

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