The NFL Players Association is hosting a conference in 2019 to evaluate the top 10 study abroad locations for NFL players.
The league’s governing body is expected to announce the list in March 2019.
The NFLPA is partnering with The University of Sydney to make the list, which will include more than 30 universities.
The top-ranked universities are the University of California, San Francisco, University of Michigan, University, University at Buffalo, Stanford University, the University the Netherlands, University Paris de Gaulle, Université Paris-Sud and the University du Luxembourg.
The list will be announced by the NFLPA in March.
ESPN’s College Football Insider and USA Today Sports will make the official list of study abroad sites.
The rankings will be published on the NFL Players Foundation website.
The 2017 edition of the study abroad rankings included the University and University of Texas at Austin, University College London, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, McGill University, New York University, Pennsylvania State University, Princeton University, Rutgers University and Rutgers University Medical Center.
The 2016 edition of study overseas rankings included Texas A&M University, Yale University, Northwestern University, Oxford University, Rice University, UC Davis, University in Hong Kong, University School of the Arts in Berlin, Duke University, Boston University, Cornell University, Michigan State University and the California Institute of Integral Studies.
The 2019 list will include colleges from Japan, Canada, France, Russia, China, South Korea, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
The 2018 edition of top study abroad study destinations included University of Helsinki, University and College of Applied Arts and Sciences, University de Crete, University delle Alpi, University Lausanne, University Montpellier, University Nantes, University Saint-Germain-en-Laye, University Poitiers, University-Poulenc, University Romand-Nord, University Toulouse, University Université Libre de Bruxelles and Université du Québec à Montréal.