As reported in the 2014 Open Doors report published by the Institution of International Education (IIE), Wake Forest ranked 3rd in the country among doctoral colleges and universities in the United States in the percentage of undergraduate students who study abroad for academic credit.
Lest you think we are satisfied, know that we are committed to increasing the percentage of students studying abroad to 75% by 2020. Our current capital campaign “Wake Will” has already raised more than $3 million for study abroad scholarships, many targeted specifically for underrepresented populations and first-generation college students. In other words, we’re not resting on our laurels. Our News Center published a terrific article today where you can learn more about recent initiatives and efforts to improve study abroad opportunities by our Center for Global Programs and Studies – give it a read.