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The Big Ten International Learning Mobility Benchmark was established in May 2012 with the objective of developing a yearly report that contains detailed information about the international mobility strategies executed by the Big Ten Academic Alliance (USA) institutional members.


The study aims to go beyond the annual data reported for the IIE Open Doors survey to create an additional set of institutional data to support program management and policy decisions. This is the fourth year that Studymove develops this comprehensive analysis for the Big Ten Academic Alliance. 


Wow, what a busy and productive week it was!

It was so great to see all our clients and friends in Melbourne last week, we always look forward to seeing you all in the same place and having the chance to talk about all that is happening in our world of stats!


Studymove believes that choosing the appropriate global partner relationship can enhance the global reputation of the institution among numerous benefits. Valuable and active global partner relationships can provide an important link between academics, researchers and students, assist in tackling important global issues and promote research collaboration.  It is therefore important that institutions align themselves with and enter into relationships which are mutually beneficial and with the potential to become long-term.

A recent report from IIE recognizes the importance of the BTTA (formerly CIC) International Learning Abroad Benchmark developed by Studymove. 


In 2010, Studymove started a strong business relationship with The Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) (formerly the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), an important consortium of 14 highly-recognised American universities, to develop a comprehensive benchmark analysis of international learning abroad strategies.


Studymove in APAIE 2016