"It's certainly a concern of ours," said Jan Kieling, administrative director of Berkeley Programs for Study Abroad.
In some cases, students have scaled back plans to study abroad.
"I think some students are looking at the cost and choosing to go for a shorter period of time," Kieling
said students also have increasingly chosen to study abroad in South America, where the U.S. dollar is stronger, and to places where the cost of living is less than in Europe.
"We're trying to look for the positive in a difficult situation, and direct students to less well-traveled areas," she