- Office of the Vice Provost
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- Education Abroad
- International Students
- International Scholars & Faculty
The Office of Global Opportunities (OSU GO) administers, promotes, and advises OSU students, faculty, and staff on opportunities related to the International Degree program, study abroad, international internships and service learning, and education abroad scholarships and fellowships. OSU GO prepares OSU students to graduate from OSU with enhanced global awareness and intercultural skills, which are necessary to excel in a globally competitive job market.
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Every day that I was there felt like a new adventure. I was in a world where I was learning new things daily, and by the end of my9 months there I felt at home. -Kristyn Decker (participated during the … Continue reading
A common concern with going abroad is taking the classes required for a specific major or minor. Depending on the students circumstances and what their academic adviser suggests, it is definitely possible to take courses abroad that count as major/minor … Continue reading
While it is true that every program is unique in its location, housing, class-experience and price tag, study abroad programs typically fall into one of three main categories: Exchange, Program Provider and Faculty-Led Programs. Finding which type of program is … Continue reading
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There is no doubt that there is a stereotype that all study abroad programs cost an outrageous amount of money to participate in. However, many students are surprised to hear that studying abroad can be financially similar to a term … Continue reading
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Danita Dahl is majoring in Animal Sciences through the College of Agricultural Sciences. To experience research in the field, she traveled to one of the remote places on Earth, Antarctica! This OSU faculty-led programcombined in-class instruction, online activities, field activities … Continue reading