Ohio State students interested in studying abroad for May session 2015 have opportunities to travel to Brazil, Ecuador, Honduras or Nicaragua. A short-term spring break nursing program in Ethiopia is another available opportunity. Apply for these programs before their upcoming deadline to start your international journey. Explore additional study abroad programs with later application deadlines using our search tool.
- Engineering Service Learning in Choluteca, Deadline November 15
- Nursing Experience in Nicaragua, Deadline November 15
- Living Jerusalem, Deadline November 15
- Youth Engagement and Service Learning: Partnership with University of Cuenca, Ecuador, Deadline November 15
- Ethiopia Nursing (March 2015), Deadline November 15
- Afro-Brazilian Culture and History, Deadline December 1
Please contact the study abroad coordinator of the program you are interested in for additional information or if you have any questions.
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.
- Brazil — Rio de Janeiro, Culture and City, Deadline October 9
- Costa Rica — Service Learning, Deadline October 15
- England — London Honors, Deadline October 8
- Ghana — Sustainable Change, Deadline October 15
- Haiti — Empowerment Project, Deadline October 15
- Haiti — Engineering Empowerment Project, Deadline October 15
- Honduras — Engineering Service Learning at Montana De Luz, Deadline October 9
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.