The Forum has developed a member survey that attempts to measure current and future program supply.
Education abroad traditionally has looked at capacity in terms of strategies and tactics to increase the number of students going abroad. These efforts relate primarily to the demand side of education abroad programs.
However, what has not been addressed is the capacity for accommodating more students on current programs. In other words, what is the currently available supply of education abroad?
The Forum has developed a ten-question member survey that attempts to measure program supply. The results of this survey will provide important information to help guide national efforts and assist Forum member institutions to plan for the future.
If you are an Institutional Representative, but did not receive an email invitation to the survey, please contact the Forum at email@example.com.