A new CNN/USA Today poll found that nearly two-thirds of U.K. and U.C.A. students are enrolled in study abroad.
The University of Cambridge has been named the most popular American university by the poll, with more than 3.3 million students enrolled in U.B.A., the largest student body in the U.k. in the past decade.
Harvard University, with a population of about 1.7 million, was third, followed by Yale University with 1.5 million and California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo with 1 million.
The poll also found that students at UB and UC. are also taking advantage of programs like the one for International Study Abroad, which is a free online program.
The survey found that about 5% of students who participated in the program in 2018 were studying abroad in 2019, and that number rose to about 8% in 2019.
While the number of UB students studying abroad rose from 726,000 in 2017 to 754,000 this year, the University of London was in third place with 1,935,000 students studying overseas, followed closely by the University College London with 1:38 million.
U.K., U.A.’s and UCCS’ international study abroad populations were almost evenly split between U.Y. and the UCCs, with the UBCs in the top two.
The University of Glasgow and the University at Buffalo were in fourth and fifth place, respectively.
In the United States, the most frequent foreign study destinations for U.N. students were U. Canada, U. Mexico, UBS and UBSB.
The largest numbers of UBS students studying in the United Kingdom, the UACs, UECs, and UEDs were the UESB and UCESB.