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  • FAQs

    Answers regarding the new guidelines for international student advising and travel signatures.

  • You're Not Alone

    International students are invited to participate in this four-part webinar series to promote emotional and social wellness. 

  • Delegation in Brazil

    The Brazil Gateway welcomed Ohio State representatives February 10-13.

  • FLAS Fellowships Awarded

    Foreign Language and Area Studies grants awarded to 52 Ohio State students to support intensive language study.

President Gee in IndiaThe Ohio State University opened a Gateway office in Mumbai, India in March 2012 to advance its teaching, research and engagement mission and enhance its global reach. The Ohio State India Gateway serves as a catalyst to enhance our faculty's research and teaching interests; increase partnerships with international institutions and Ohio-based businesses abroad; attract international students; provide new study abroad opportunities; and reconnect with alumni. The India Gateway is Ohio State's second office in another country, and is in an area of the world that capitalizes on the strengths of the university's growing global connections.

The India Gateway serves as a hub for the university's corporate partnership program, identifying and matching students to internships, partnering with international universities to create specialized dual degree programs and promoting innovation in education, research, consultation, staffing and recruitment.

The Gateway also serves as a location to host information sessions for students from India who want to learn more about the academic opportunities at Ohio State and is a point of contact for our strong base of alumni to gather informally and strengthen their connections to the university.

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Sultana Nahar and Anil PradhanThe Ohio State University has been selected to host a “Leadership for Academicians Programme (LEAP)” training workshop in September. The Government of India, via the Ministry of Human Resource Development, has sponsored the LEAP program for senior faculty and administrators expected to assume leadership roles at Indian universities and institutions in the near future.

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Ohio State partnership with Indian Institute of Technology-BombayThe India Gateway works with a diverse array of partners - academic, corporate, governmental and NGOs - connecting Ohio State faculty, staff and students to these organizations. To explore collaborative opportunities, please contact India Gateway and include your name, title, organization, topic of interest and any ideas.

Academic Partnerships

Academic partnerships are the foundation of Ohio State’s relationship with India. Possibilities include joint research initiatives and funding mechanisms, researcher and student exchanges and dual-degree programs. Visit International Agreements for more information

Corporate Partnerships

Corporate partnerships, with companies ranging from multinationals to startups, are key to Ohio State’s engagement with India. Example engagements include industry-sponsored research, customized training program development, internships and executive education.

Governmental/non-governmental Partnerships

The India Gateway also works with local, state and national governmental agencies and NGOs.


International at Ohio State

  • Download the Global Events at Ohio State App

    Students and scholars can now download the Global Events at Ohio State app to stay updated on upcoming events, sign up for notifications, add events to your calendar and access important r ...

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  • International student-athletes celebrating cultural diversity

    Celebrating cultural diversity within Athletics

    More than 1,000 Ohio State student-athletes compete on 36 NCAA D1 teams. Nearly 90 of those Buckeyes are international students-athletes who are competing at the highest level in their sport while ...

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