Study Abroad News
The Ohio State University is ranked among the top 15 nationally for its international student enrollment and in the top 25 for the number of students studying abroad, according to a national report.
Ohio State ranked 15th among the nation’s colleges and universities for hosting 6,478* international students in 2012, a 5.5 percent increase over the previous year. Ohio State ranked 25th nationally with 1,716 students studying abroad in 2011-12.
These findings were issued as part of the 2013 Open Doors Report, an annual survey published by the Institute of International Education.
Ohio State was ranked 10th nationally in the 2012 Open Doors Report with 6,142 international students. The university’s strategy for growing its international student enrollment has been carefully planned and the quality of its applicants continues to grow.
Now is the time to start thinking about studying abroad during May session. Students who are enrolled full time during spring semester can take up to three credit hours during May session without paying tuition costs, making it the perfect opportunity to take advantage of studying in another country and earning academic credit. Whether students are looking to fulfill course requirements in their major or meet general education requirements, there is a study abroad program that will meet their specific needs. Try our online search engine, select May session as the term in which you would like to study abroad, and find out where next May will take you.
Application deadlines vary for May session programs and some occur as soon as November 1. Please review the program information carefully.