International and Study Abroad Students

A picture of CWRU students talking to each other outside at the Study Abroad Fair

Promoting an inclusive culture of global citizenship is part of Case Western Reserve University’s mission, and our students are central to that goal. To learn more about our university's international students and students who study abroad, visit our Facts and Figures page and explore the information below. 

CWRU international students talking in a circle inside Tomlinson Hall
International Students

Case Western Reserve’s international students come from 87 different countries and make up more than 19% of the total student population. The university is dedicated to making them feel welcome on campus and providing the resources they need to be successful. 

Two female CWRU students stand together smiling outside during a study abroad trip
Study Abroad Students

Every year, Case Western Reserve sends more undergraduate students abroad than the national average - 31% compared to 16% - and provides study abroad opportunities that range from one week to a full academic year.