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St. Ben’s, St. John’s Rank High In International Students, Study Abroad Program

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ST. JOSEPH/COLLEGEVILLE – The College Of St. Benedict and St. John’s University rank high nationally on the number of students who study overseas.

They are ranked number two among baccalaureate institutions with students who participate in mid-length study abroad programs.  They share the number two spot with Colgate.  They had 360 students studying abroad during the 2011-2012 school year.

Mid-length programs are those lasting one semester, one quarter, or two quarters.

St. Ben’s and St. John’s also ranked 15th nationally with 263 international students studying here.

The report is from Open Doors 2013, published by the Institute of International Education.

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