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Great Wall of ChinaEducation abroad allows you to earn academic credit, fulfill requirements in your major, minor or elective coursework; experience hands-on learning and gain invaluable intellectual insight. The Office of International Affairs offers a myriad of study abroad programs for students to choose from, so you can find the one that's the right fit for you. There are several education abroad programs with deadlines occurring in November and December. Read more to explore these faculty-led programs and be sure to submit your application on time. To learn more about semester-length semester programs, use the education abroad search tool.

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CAYdX8sVIAAOEZA.jpg largeThe Polish Studies Initiative of the Center for Slavic and East European Studies is seeking applications for faculty and graduate student research grants, as well as undergraduate and graduate student scholarships for education abroad and internships. Faculty and post-candidacy PhD students can apply for up to $1,500 in funding to support research on Polish society and culture, including Polish-American culture, from any disciplinary perspective. Funds can be used for travel, conference attendance or other research related expenses. Pre-candidacy PhD, graduate, professional and undergraduate students can apply for up to $1,000 in scholarship funds to support participation in an education abroad program for Polish language or Polish area studies, a domestic intensive Polish language program or an internship in Poland. The annual Polish Studies Initiative grant and scholarship applications are open until February 1. For more information, visit the Center for Slavic and East European Studies website or contact csees@osu.edu.

BBBAJoin us for "Breaking Barriers for Buckeyes Abroad: Inclusive Excellence," a half-day interactive event dedicated to identifying, understanding and supporting underrepresented students in education abroad.

When: Thursday, October 26, 2017 from 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Where: MLK Lounge, Hale Hall

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DSC 0377The National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE) is accepting nominations for the 2018 Insight into Diversity Global Engagement Scholarships.

The goal of the $2,500 scholarship is to encourage global engagement among underrepresented and diverse students whose backgrounds represent a broad cross section of our society including students with disabilities, different race and ethnic populations, religious backgrounds, LGTBQIA, first generation students, students from rural or isolated areas and students with low socio-economic status.

Preference will be given to students from the United States who have not traveled or studied abroad previously. Application deadline is October 31.

These scholarships will be presented by Insight into Diversity at NADOHE’s Annual Conference Awards Ceremony March 9, 2018, in Washington D.C.

Apply for the Insight into Diversity Global Engagement Scholarship. Applications can be submitted via email to info@nadohe.org.

CiaraTownsellStudents seeking ways to fund their education abroad experience should consider applying for the Freeman-ASIA Award, a need-based scholarship for U.S. undergraduate students planning to study abroad in east or southeast Asia. Since 2001, the Freeman-ASIA has supported over 4,600 students from over 600 institutions to study abroad in Asia.

Grant amounts vary based on the length of the education abroad program and can be used for  program costs, airfare, local transportation, books and basic living costs. A student studying abroad during the summer term can be awarded up to $3,000; semester or quarter, up to $5,000; academic year, up to $7,000.

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