The Institute for International Education’s Annual Open Doors Report (2014) indicates that approximately 30% of U.S. study abroad college students travel to the United Kingdom, Italy, and Spain. This compares to the less than 5% that study in sub-Saharan African countries. The author suggests postsecondary institutions need to do more to foster a balanced understanding of continental Africa.
Onyenekwu, Ifeyinwa U.
"Traveling to Non-traditional Destinations: Recommendations for American Students Studying Abroad in "Africa","
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