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Week of 5.16.08

U.S. Colleges with Foreign Campuses

Demand for an American university degree has increased in recent years, leading a number of U.S. colleges to set up branches in foreign countries. Below are some of those colleges, and ways to gather more information.

Alliant International University - Mexico City, Mexico

American University - Dubai, U.A.E.

Baruch College - Taipei, Taiwan

Benedictine College - Hong Kong and Shanghai, China

Boston University - Brussels, Belgium

Carnegie Mellon University Heinz School - Adelaide, Australia

Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar - Doha, Qatar

City University of Seattle - Pravetz and Sofia, Bulgaria

City University of Seattle - Bucharest, Romania

Clark University - Tel Aviv, Israel

Cornell University - Singapore

Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore - Singapore

Endicott College - Mexico City, Mexico

Fairleigh Dickinson University - Vancouver, Canada

Florida State University - Panama City, Panama

George Mason University - Ras Al Khaimah, U.A.E.

Georgetown University School of Foreign Service - Doha, Qatar

Georgia Institute of Technology - Metz, France

Johns Hopkins—Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies - Nanjing, China

Liaoning Normal University-Missouri State University - Dalian, China

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Singapore

McDaniel College - Budapest, Hungary

New York University - Singapore

Ohio University - Hong Kong, China

Suffolk University - Dakar, Senegal

Suffolk University - Madrid, Spain

Temple University - Tokyo, Japan

Towson State University, College of Education - Shanghai, China

University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business - Singapore

University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business - London, United Kingdom

University of Dayton - Shanghai, China

University of Indianapolis - Tripolis, Greece

University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business - Beijing and Shanghai, China

University of Nevada, Las Vegas - Singapore

University of Northern Virginia - Girne, Cyprus

University of Phoenix - Calgary and Vancouver, Canada

Virginia Commonwealth University - Doha, Qatar

Virginia Tech University - Mumbai, India

Webster University - Leiden, The Netherlands

Webster University - Vienna, Austria

Webster University - Geneva, Switzerland

Webster University - Bangkok, Thailand

Yale University - Peking University - Beijing, China

Sources: American Council on Education, Institute of International Education, Inside Higher Education