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2008 Fulbright Educational Experts SeminarInternationalization in Germany: Universities of Applied Sciences in Search of Institutional ExcellenceMay 5-9 2008San Francisco, CaliforniaShannon BishopSenior Program Manager, Membership and Higher Education ServicesInstitute of International Education (IIE)[email protected]


What is IIE?

  • America’s largest not-for-profit organization in international education exchange and training

  • Founded in 1919 in NYC

  • Now with 18 offices globally

  • 400 staff worldwide

  • www.iie.org

Institute of International Education


What does IIE do?

  • Administers 250+ programs for 20,000 students, teachers, scholars, and professionals annually

  • Administers the Fulbright Fellowship Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of State

  • IIENetwork Membership Program

  • Study Mobility Research

Institute of International Education




International Students from Germany - Trends

  • International enrollment from Germany declined 2% last year.

  • Over the past decade, enrollment from Germany has declined 7%.

  • The peak year for Germany was 2000/01 (10,128 students).



U.S. Study Abroad to Germany - Trends

  • Study abroad to Germany has almost doubled in the past decade.



International Scholars in the U.S.

  • U.S. universities hosted 98,239 foreign scholars in 2006/07.

  • Germany is the only non-Asian country in the top 5 places of origin. The top 5 places of origin account for 50% of the total. Top-ranked China accounts for 21%.




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Shannon BishopInstitute of International [email protected]

Institute of International Education


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