A study in Spain on studying abroad in the United States was a success, as more than 10,000 students who had taken the course took the opportunity to return to their home countries.
The study, which began last month and runs through the end of the year, is the second in a series of international trips for students from around the world to study abroad.
The first one was conducted by the US State Department last year.
The aim of the trip was to help young people prepare for careers in the fields of architecture, media and entertainment, business and technology, education and the arts.
The programme has drawn praise from some academics and academics have suggested it is a good way for young people to learn about international study.
But others say that it is not appropriate for a university.
The project, which is funded by the European Union and the US, has had mixed reviews.
Some, including American-based University of Illinois professor of education and culture Robert K. Williams, said that the programme was a bad idea.
“I do think that we should be looking for ways to help our students to be able to live outside of the US,” he said.
“If we can get them to study in their home country, then they are not going to be stuck in a situation where they have to be on the streets in their homes every day.”
We have a responsibility to the students and we need to support them to be a productive member of the community.
“The programme, which was launched last year, was described as an important first step to helping students better prepare for life abroad.