The Asia Institute Named the #5 Global Study Abroad Provider
The Asia Institute has been named the #5 study abroad provider in the fifth annual Study Abroad Rankings released by Abroad101. The rankings are determined by assessing the rating scores and positive reviews received from program participants involved in a provider’s program
Abroad101, producers of America’s first and largest study abroad review website, released the fifth annual Study Abroad Rankings highlighting the success of international education. The rankings recognized the top providers, top programs, and locations rated highest by university and college students who have studied abroad in the last year. The rankings also reflect the dynamic nature of study abroad and identify up-and-coming destinations and program models. To read the full list of Top Study Abroad Programs, please click here.
Since 2014, the Asia Institute has partnered with Abroad101, and annually invites Asia Institute hosted program participants to share their personal reflections regarding their study abroad experiences in East and Southeast Asia. With numerous students commenting on the unforgettable learning experiences they had in Asia, the Asia Institute has been recognized as one of the top global study abroad providers. When the announcement was made, Bradley A Feuling, Chairman and CEO of the Asia Institute stated, ”It is truly an honor to receive this achievement, and I believe this is a testament to the hard work and dedication that goes into every program hosted by the Asia Institute. Thank you to our partners around the world, who make each Asia Institute program such a strong success. When I read the positive reviews on Abroad 101, I am confident we are touching lives, one student at a time.” To learn what students are saying about Asia Institute programs, please visit: https://www.studyabroad101.com/providers/the-asia-institute
Mark Shay, CEO of Abroad 101 noted, “We produce the study abroad rankings as a way to overcome some of the objections that parents and families may have and hope that highlighting other aspects of the experience will bring more students to experience different cultures and different perspectives." Sharing the same goal, the Asia Institute will continue to invite participants to share their stories and experiences with future students who may be considering study abroad opportunities in Asia.