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Drew Ranked 15th Nationally in Enrolling International Students

Also stands out for percentage of undergrads who study abroad.

April 2019 – Drew University is now 15th nationally among baccalaureate colleges for enrolling international students, according to the Institute of International Education.

At the same time, the institute estimates that Drew has an undergraduate participation rate of 33 percent in study abroad programs. So, the school is recognized for both attracting international students and fostering a global mindset.

Drew’s Center for Global Education offers more than a dozen options for studying abroad. Among the most popular destinations are China, Ireland and the U.K. For more on the program, please click here.

The international students ranking reflects enrollment in Drew’s College of Liberal Arts, Theological School and Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. More details on the institute’s rankings and methodology are in its annual Open Doors Report.

At its core, Drew is dedicated to exceptional faculty mentorship, connecting the campus with the community and experiential learning, as exemplified by Launch, a new, leading edge path to undergraduate education that syncs career development with rigorous academics and powerful community.

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