Real Estate Issues Related to Foreign Educational Programs

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More than 260,000 U.S. Students Studied Abroad in 2008/2009 Academic Year

• Although down by .8% cf’d to 2007/2008, more than half of campuses responding (55%) reported increases in 2009/2010 cf’d to 2008/2009 year.

• Overseas Study by U.S. Students has increased 4X in the past 25 years in which have been tracking

(Open Doors 2010 Report)

American Students are Heading to LESS Traditional Places

– Double digit increases to Argentina (up 15 %), South Africa (up 12%), Chile (up 28%), the Netherlands (up 14%), Denmark (up 21%), Peru (up 32%) and South Korea (up 29%)

– Fifteen of the top 25 destinations located outside of Western Europe

– In nineteen countries English not a primary language

(Open Doors 2010 Report)...

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