US Study Abroad Trends (INFOGRAPHIC)

Posted by & filed under Blog Posts.

Map USA

This post (like the last) has relatively little to do with Asia. As the story goes, one thing led to another and next thing I knew I was putting together an infographic breaking down study abroad demographics and trends for American students. I figured I better finish it and not let all my hard work

7 reasons why you should study abroad in Asia

Posted by & filed under Blog Posts.

Shanghai Highway - Study Abroad Asia

If you are in college and considering a study abroad experience– do it. And visit East Asia. Go to Shanghai like I did. Or northern Thailand to take in ancient Siam culture. Perhaps immerse yourself in the small but mighty city-state Singapore. Or venture off the beaten path and study in Vietnam, Cambodia or even

US students studying in Asia: INFOGRAPHIC

Posted by & filed under Blog Posts.

Study Asia - Shanghai Gardens

China is the fifth most popular destination for US students studying abroad. In 2010/2011, 14,596 American students studied in China. However, all the other Asian nations fall far behind China in hosting US students. In the East Asian and Pacific region the next country to attract nearly as many US students in 2010/11 was Japan

Female Education in Southeast Asia: INFOGRAPHIC

Posted by & filed under Blog Posts.

Khmer girl in Cambodia

Take a look at the latest infographic measuring female education trends in Southeast Asia with particular emphasis on Cambodia and Laos. As you will see, most of the ASEAN nations perform quite well when it comes to education girls. The only exceptions are Cambodia and Laos. For both nations there are numerous roadblocks to education

Education for Girls in Southeast Asia

Posted by & filed under Blog Posts.

Lao schoolgirls reading books

Compared to other parts of the world the education systems of Southeast Asia are quite efficient and effective. For the most part girls and boys nowadays share equal access to education facilities. Thus enrollment and literacy rates are comparable across genders. However out of the ten ASEAN countries there are two that lag behind considerably: