How study abroad may affect academic success

From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “Students who study abroad are more likely to graduate on time — and students from underrepresented minority groups or on need-based aid benefit the most from studying overseas. Students who studied abroad were six percentage points more likely to graduate in four years and four percentage points more likely to graduate in six years than their classmates, according to new research from the University System of Georgia. They also graduated with higher cumulative grade-point averages than their peers.”

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