Statistics

2017 South American EducationUSA Fair Circuit

  • Brasilia, Brazil
  • 1,166 students
  • Undergraduate: 33%
  • Graduate: 31%
  • Intensive English: 24%
  • Short Term Programs: 12%
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 2,149 students
  • Undergraduate: 37%
  • Graduate: 26%
  • Intensive English: 25%
  • Short Term Programs: 12%
  • Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • 1,671 students
  • Undergraduate: 42%
  • Graduate: 23%
  • Intensive English: 22%
  • Short Term Programs: 13%
  • Montevideo, Uruguay
  • 1,204 students
  • Undergraduate: 28%
  • Graduate: 37%
  • Intensive English: 20%
  • Short Term Programs: 15%
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 1,058 students
  • Undergraduate: 22%
  • Graduate: 37%
  • Intensive English: 21%
  • Short Term Programs: 21%
  • Santiago, Chile
  • 1,018 students
  • Undergraduate: 32%
  • Graduate: 36%
  • Intensive English: 25%
  • Short Term Programs: 7%
  • Asuncion, Paraguay
  • 2,089 students
  • Undergraduate: 29%
  • Graduate: 34%
  • Intensive English: 26%
  • Short Term Programs: 11%
  • Santa Cruz, Bolivia
  • 1,591 students
  • Undergraduate: 28%
  • Graduate: 39%
  • Intensive English: 25%
  • Short Term Programs: 8%
  • Lima, Peru
  • 3,263 students
  • Undergraduate: 33%
  • Graduate: 39%
  • Intensive English: 15%
  • Short Term Programs: 13%
  • Quito, Ecuador
  • 2,829 students
  • Undergraduate: 33%
  • Graduate: 45%
  • Intensive English: 19%
  • Short Term Programs: 3%
  • Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • 1,833 students
  • Undergraduate: 37%
  • Graduate: 38%
  • Intensive English: 19%
  • Short Term Programs: 6%
  • Bogota, Colombia
  • 1,434 students
  • Undergraduate: 32%
  • Graduate: 27%
  • Intensive English: 36%
  • Short Term Programs: 5%
  • Caracas, Venezuela (2016)
  • 2,656 students
  • Undergraduate: 23%
  • Graduate: 31%
  • Intensive English: 36.5%
  • Short Term Programs: 9.5%