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  • Scholarship For Diversity

    OH-IO Education Abroad Scholarship supports underrepresented and diverse student access to Ohio State education abroad programs

  • Wolfe Scholarship

    30 Buckeyes were awarded $2,500 scholarship at the Wolfe Study Abroad Recognition Luncheon on April 17.

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    Check out the newsletter to stay updated on Global Engagement's activities on campus and in Columbus.

  • Global Competencies

    Watch video of Ohio State students reflecting on how they developed global skills through education abroad programs.

  • New Nagoya Exchange

    Translational Data Analytics established a new faculty exchange program with Nagoya University in Japan.

Education Abroad News

OH-IO Education Abroad Scholarship RecipientsEstablished in 2016 by the Office of International Affairs in collaboration with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the OH-IO Education Abroad Scholarship supports underrepresented and diverse student access to Ohio State education abroad programs. The inaugural scholarship competition resulted in 11 first and second year students from the Young Scholars Program being selected to receive a $2,000 scholarship to apply toward an Ohio State education abroad program of their choice.

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Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Recipients 2016-2017The Office of International Affairs recently recognized the 2016-2017 recipients of the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship at the annual Wolfe Luncheon on April 17 at the Ohio Union. President Michael V. Drake, MD, other university leaders, the Wolfe family and representatives of The Dispatch Printing Company and the Wolfe Foundation, congratulated the 30 recipients. Students were awarded a $2,500 scholarship to help fund their individual long-term study abroad programs.

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Students traveling abroad over spring break should take some simple steps to help themselves remain safe and enjoy their time in another country. It’s important to check out the U.S. Department of State’s website to see if a travel alert or advisory has been issued in the country to which you are traveling, and follow any tips or advice that may be provided. Make sure all your international travel documents are in order, including your passport, and know the location of the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate in case of emergency. Remember to register your trip abroad with The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program, so the Department of State can better assist you in an emergency. The website also has loads of information about passports, health and safety issues and traveling smart.

Whether you are traveling to another country for vacation or on a traditional study abroad program, the Office of International Affairs can help students be better prepared. The education abroad section of our website contains information about passports, money, packing, cultural adjustment and more. You can also find specific information regarding traveler health and safety.

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  • 2017 Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship Recipients Recognized

    Wolfe Scholarship Supports Education Abroad Opportunities for Buckeyes

    The Office of International Affairs recently recognized the 2016-2017 recipients of the Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship at the annual Wolfe Luncheon on April 17. President Michael V. Drake, MD, othe ...

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Education Abroad Profile

Rachel Dailey at Running Tiger Spring

Rachel Dailey

Rachel Dailey, a junior Chinese and international studies major, studied abroad during the 2015 summer with the program, Shanghai 1750 – 2050 History, Culture and Language.

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