Latest data on Australian university students studying abroad


A new fact sheet, accompanied by an infographic handout, shows continuing growth in the number of students from Australian universities who study overseas. The fact sheet incorporates data released by the Australian Universities International Directors Forum (AUIDF) for 2014. From the available data reported by 34 Australian universities, there was an average increase of 17.8% for all universities in study abroad experiences since 2013.
 
The data also show Australian students’ growing enthusiasm to study in Asian countries, with 12% of all study experiences being in the 2014 New Colombo Plan pilot countries Singapore, Japan, Indonesia and Hong Kong – and China being the second-most popular destination overall, after the USA.