Edition 190 - February 2017

Mapping Generation Z: Attitudes Toward International Education Programs

Banov H, Kammerer A, Salciute I., Mapping Generation Z: Attitudes Toward International Education Programs. AFS Global Research Study, Febuary 2017. Pages: 15

Mapping Generation Z: Attitudes Toward International Education Programs, published by AFS a intercultural education organization; is an expansive, first-of-its-kind report exploring the motivations for and hindrances to international study among the mysterious youngest generation. The goal of this research study is to reveal the attitudes and perceptions of high school students from Generation Z on studying abroad, experiencing new ideas and immersing themselves in drastically different cultures than their own.

The new global research report, Mapping Generation Z, that focuses on the motivations for and hindrances to high school international study among students. The study was conducted by the Management Information Unit at AFS Intercultural Programs via a survey across 27 countries. The collection period was March 2016 through December 2016. The 5,255 respondents ranged in age from 13-18 years.

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