Open Doors reported that 325,339 American students received academic credit last year for study abroad in 2015/16, an increase of 3.8%. Study abroad by American students has more than tripled in the past two decades. (IIE Open Doors)


Above, MSU-specific data is displayed in infographs that depict study abroad enrollment by:

Outbound Study Abroad Student

  1. Academic Term
  2. Study Abroad Program Type: In the 2016-2017 academic year, the spring term saw the largest outbound study abroad enrollment with 117 students. 
  3. Country: From 2015-2017, the United Kingdom was the top outbound MSU study abroad destination.
  4. MSU College: The College of Letters & Science and the College of Engineering are the top two study abroad sending colleges at MSU.