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CGE Program Data

Open Doors

Each year the Institute of International Education (IIE) publishes an Open Doors Report presentation which contains national information and data on study abroad and international students. The Center for Global Engagement reports program data to the IIE annually for the Open Doors Report. Because of the differences in metrics and reporting criteria, the Open Doors Reports are not inclusive of all international activity at the University of North Georgia (UNG). Inclusive data is reported below.

Program Data

2013-2014

CategoryTotal PopulationPercentage of UNG Population
UNG 15,455 --
International Students 164 1.06%
International Experiences Abroad 266 1.72%

2014-2015

CategoryTotal PopulationPercentage of UNG Population
UNG 16,064 --
International Students 219 1.36%
International Experiences Abroad 322 2.00%

2015-2016

CategoryTotal PopulationPercentage of UNG Population
UNG 17,289 --
International Students 248 1.43%
International Experiences Abroad 381 2.20%

Education Abroad

Study Abroad, International Internships, Military Programs, and International Seminars

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Table 1: This table reflects international experiences abroad, including study abroad, international internships, seminars, and military programs data in numbers since 2013.
Academic YearNumber of Students
2012-2013 179
2013-2014 268
2014-2015 332
2015-2016 381
2015-2016
The information in this table includes the programs, locations, and the number of students that participated in 2015-2016.
ProgramLocationNumber of Students
Americas Council Chile Chile 7
Arabic Language and Culture Morocco 11
Asia Council - China General Studies China 7
Belize Culture and Education Belize 15
Nursing in Bolivia Boliva 12
Bundeswher University Exchange Germany 1
Capital Normal Direct Enrollment China 3
China Flagship - Overseas Capstone China 9
College of Education (COE) England England 2
COE Germany Germany 9
COE New Zealand New Zealand 4
COE Spain Spain 2
Tropical Cloud Forest Ecology Costa Rica 10
Nursing in the Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 26
Physical Therapy in the Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 13
European Council Various locations in Europe 30
Exploring Andalusia Spain 11
FSLA Germany Germany 4
Germany - English Germany 4
Germany - Goethe Institut Germany 3
GRIIS Direct Enrollment Spain 1
Social Studies in India India 6
Internships Various locations worldwide 23
ISEP Various locations worldwide 13
Italy College of Business: Business and Culture Italy 10
Debate Club Jamaica 12
Russian Studies in Latvia Latvia 10
Laval Canada 3
The London Business Experience England 25
Nicaragua Nicaragua 12
CIL in Oman Oman 1
Republic of China Military Academy (ROCMA) Taiwan 2
Russian Language and Culture Russia 7
Archaeology in Sicily, Italy Italy 6
Sogang University South Korea 9
Debate Club Spain 8
Outgoing Transient Various locations worldwide 2
Military Program Exchanges Various locations worldwide 48
2014-2015
The information in this table includes the programs, locations, and the number of students that participated in 2014-2015.
ProgramLocationNumber of Students
Arabic Language and Culture Morocco 8
Tropical Reef Ecology Belize 15
Cultural Immersion - A Healthcare Experience: Bolivia Bolivia 7
Bundeswher University Exchange Germany 6
Capital Normal Direct Enrollment China 3
Zhejiang Normal University China 2
Overseas Capstone - Chinese Flagship China 1
Tropical Cloud Forest Ecology Costa Rica 11
Cultural Immersion - A Healthcare Experience: DR Dominican Republic 16
Physical Therapy in the Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 11
Asia Council China 5
European Council Various locations in Europe 41
FSLA Germany Germany 8
Study Abroad India India 7
ISEP Various locations worldwide 12
Study Abroad Italy: College of Arts & Letters Italy 13
Business and Culture in Italy Italy 7
Russian Studies in the Baltics Latvia 8
Laval Study Abroad Canada 5
Liaocheng University Study Abroad China 10
The London Experience England 14
Exploring Andalusia Spain 8
Nicaragua Study Abroad Nicaragua 11
New Zealand College of Education Field Experience New Zealand 5
Oman Direct Enrollment Oman 9
England College of Education Undergraduate Field Experience  England 2
Sogang Summer Program Direct Enrollment Korea 1
Sogang University Direct Exchange Korea 7
ROCMA Direct Exchange Taiwan 2
Study Abroad Peru Peru 4
Study Abroad in Turkey Turkey 11
China College of Education Internship China 1
Outgoing Transient Various locations worldwide 3
Military Program Exchanges Various locations worldwide 15
International Affairs Internships Various locations worldwide 19
2013-2014
The information in this table includes the programs, locations, and the number of students that participated in 2013-2014.
ProgramLocationNumber of Students
Arabic Language and Culture Morocco 8
Americas Council Chile Chile 4
Belizean Culture and Education Belize 24
Bundeswher University Exchange Germany 3
Capital Normal Direct Enrollment China 8
Cultural Immersion - A Healthcare Experience Dominican Republic 10
European Council Various locations in Europe 42
Study Abroad India India 18
ISEP Various locations worldwide 12
Russian Studies in the Baltics Latvia 13
Laval Study Abroad Canada 11
Liaocheng University Study Abroad China 11
The London Experience England 23
Exploring Andalusia Spain 14
Nicaragua Study Abroad Nicaragua 11
New Zealand College of Education Field Experience New Zealand 2
GRIIS Direct Enrollment Spain 2
Oman Direct Enrollment Oman 9
England College of Education (COE) Graduate Experience England 1
England COE Undergraduate Field Experience  England 3
Sogang Summer Program Direct Enrollment Korea 1
Sogang University Direct Exchange Korea 8
ROCMA Direct Exchange Taiwan 2
Durbar Direct Exchange Germany 1
Study Abroad Peru Peru 10
Outgoing Transient Various locations worldwide 2
International Affairs Internships Various locations worldwide 24

International Scholars

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Table 3: This table reflects international scholar data in numbers since 2013.
Academic YearNumber of Visiting Scholars
2013-2014 22
2014-2015 10
2015-2016 24

International Students

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Table 2: This table reflects international student data in numbers since 2013.
Academic YearNumber of Students
2013-2014 164
2014-2015 219
2015-2016 248
Table 3: This table reflects international student data in numbers for Spring 2016.
CountryNumber of Students for Fall 2016
Bahamas 1
Bangladesh 1
Belgium 1
Benin 1
Brazil 4
Canada 2
Chile 1
China 69
Colombia 4
Cote D'Ivoire 1
Denmark 3
El Salvador 3
Estonia 1
Fiji 1
France 7
Gambia 1
Germany 17
Guatemala 3
Haiti 1
Honduras 1
Hong Kong 1
India 4
Iran 1
Ireland 3
Malaysia 1
Netherlands 1
Nicaragua 1
Nigeria 1
Norway 3
Pakistan 2
Paraguay 1
Peru 1
Poland 2
Romania 1
Russia 3
Rwanda 1
Saudi Arabia 1
Serbia and Montenegro 1
South Africa 3
South Korea 18
Spain 3
Suriname 1
Sweden 4
Switzerland 1
Togo 1
Turkey 1
United Kingdom 15
Ukraine 1
Venezuela 1
Vietnam 11
Zambia 1
Zimbabwe 1

Nationally Competitive Scholarships

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Table 4: This table reflects nationally competitive scholarship recipient data for international experiences abroad in numbers since 2013.
Academic YearNumber of FinalistsNumber of WinnersFunds Won
2013-2014 0 12 $220,750.00
2014-2015 3 13 $186,500.00

Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) and Faculty-Led Programs

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Table 5: This table includes the number of MOUs that the Center for Global Engagement has signed since 2013, both new and renewals, in addition to the number of active faculty-led study abroad programs at UNG.
Academic YearNew/Renewed MOUsActive Faculty-Led Programs
2013-2014 5 22
2014-2015 4 25
2015-2016 15 23

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