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Brazil Gateway

Brazil Home

dombi honduras 320pxOhio State students interested in studying abroad for May session 2015 have opportunities to travel to Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, India, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Nicaragua or South Africa. A short-term spring break nursing program in Ethiopia and a higher education program in Brazil during March 2015 are also available opportunities. Apply for these programs before their November 1 deadline to start your international journey.

Ohio State students interested in studying abroad for spring break 2015 have opportunities to travel to Brazil, Costa Rica, England, Ghana, Haiti or Honduras. Apply before the deadline to start your international journey.


Global opportunities abound with the opening of the Brazil Gateway in São Paulo, Brazil on September 13. A ribbon cutting ceremony commemorated the occasion with Ohio State leadership, alumni, global partners and Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman on hand to celebrate Ohio State's presence in one of the fastest growing economies in Latin America. The week-long visit to Brazil also solidified university partnerships for Ohio State, generated new research opportunities and launched a new Sister Cities collaboration with Curitiba.


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