About This Region
Historically, the region of Europe has received the most amount of U.S. students who study abroad for academic credit. Countries such as the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain and France have always drawn large numbers of U.S. students, but notable amounts of U.S. students are choosing to branch out, as rising numbers indicate U.S. study abroad presence in countries such as Denmark, Georgia, Hungary, Norway and Serbia.
With over 50 countries to select from, the region of Europe continues to attract U.S. students interested in studying and working abroad. In 2013, 154,182 U.S. students studied abroad in Europe, a notable increase from the year before.
To learn more about study abroad in this region, click on the country reports above. For funded opportunities, visit the foreign government resources and U.S. government programs pages.