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Study Abroad Data (Texas A&M)


Campus Data

For reports you can easily build yourself, go to the accountability.tamu.edu website (see Student Metrics tab, page 2).  The website has two interactive student abroad data reports that can be downloaded: 

  1. Study Abroad Time to Degree contains the average length of time students take to obtain a degree at Texas A&M University, including study abroad. The filter options can also be used to find information on student's major, department, college, and more. The data also shows trends across time.
  2. Student Abroad Overview can be filtered to view data by destinations traveled, ethnicities, and more from 2007 to the present. If the data required is unavailable or for comparisons of other data points, please submit a data request to DARS (Data & Research Services).

Reciprocal Educational Exchange Program (REEP) Reports
The state requires tracking of students participating in these programs over 5 year cycles. If you need information about current or past exchange balanes with certain foreign institutions, please contact Dr. Suzanne Droleskey at sdroleskey [at] tamu.edu.


National Comparison Data

International Education Participation by College