CSIET has published the following documents as a service to families, schools and exchange programs:


Advisory List of International Educational Travel & Exchange Programs
The CSIET Advisory List is published annually and features details about each of the exchange organizations accepted for CSIET listing and it states the listing status granted to each organization (Full, Provisional, or Conditional). It also provides all contact information, a list of countries served, the price range of programs, and other useful information. Visit the Store to purchase a copy. Click to learn more information.



International Student Exchange Statistics

The Youth Exchange Statistics reports provide yearly data collected from J-1, F-1, and Outbound organizations that have applied for CSIET listing. This includes countries- and states-served totals. The latest report provides international youth exchange statistics from the 2015-2016 cycle.   Visit the Store to purchase a copy. Learn More




Administrating Youth Exchange Guide


The Administering Youth Exchange Guide is a resource tool for U.S. high schools that work or are interested in working with international youth exchange programs. This publication is intended to help school administrators better understand how exchange programs operate and how to make the most of these international educational experiences.

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Outbound Model School Policy on International Student Exchange


CSIET's School Outreach Working Group created the Outbound Model School Policy on International Student Exchange to help schools design policy on American students traveling abroad.

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Hosting Motivation and Satisfaction Survey - 2006-07


Feedback from 2006-07 Long-Term Exchange Students, Host Families, and Host Schools.

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ECA Evaluation of the Youth Exchange and Study Program


The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs final report from a four-year evaluation of the Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program.

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