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Phillips Ambassador Ntiense Inyang poses with two students, all wearing tradition South Korean clothing

Phillips Ambassador Ntiense Inyang (far left) studied abroad at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, in fall 2015. (photo courtesy of Ntiense Inyang)

UNC-Chapel Hill ranks 19th among all U.S. higher education institutions for the number of students earning credit for study abroad, according to the Institute of International Education’s 2016 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.

This is UNC’s second ranking on the Open Doors’ top 25 list, which is based on the total number of a higher education institution’s students who study abroad. Open Doors found that the overall number of U.S. students studying abroad increased by 2.9 percent to 313,415 over the previous year. More than 2,000 Carolina undergraduate, graduate and professional students studied abroad in 2014-15.

“Rankings such as this are a reflection of the high interest in global education among UNC students and of the University’s efforts to expand the opportunities and range of students who participate in study abroad,” said Ronald Strauss, executive vice provost and chief international officer.


Published in the Spring 2017 issue | The Scoop

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