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Study Abroad Expo 2011

Study Abroad Expo

During the expo, there will be tables set up so students can speak to experts about studying abroad. There will also be ongoing supplemental workshops, "Expo Extras", that will take place in a nearby conference room.

Passport Processing

The Franklin County Clerk of Courts will be on hand at the expo to process completed passport applications. A full list of required materials can be found here. A representative from the U.S. Department of State's Passport Office will also be available to answer questions and hand out applications.

Expo Extras

Getting Started 11 a.m. Conference Room 204
Funding Your Education Abroad Experience 12 p.m. Conference Room 204

2011 Exhibitors

AIFS - American Institute for Foreign Study
AMIDEAST
Arcadia University, The College of Global Studies
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Overseas Student Program
Center for Global Education at Augsburg College
CET Academic Programs
CIEE
DIS - Danish Institute for Study Abroad

EUSA
Franklin County Clerk of Courts
GlobaLinks Abroad - AustraLearn/AsiaLearn/EuroLearn
IES Abroad
ISA - International Studies Abroad
Kent State University - Geneva Semester Program
Miami University - Luxembourg Program
Rothberg International School - Hebrew University of Jerusalem
School for Field Studies

Semester at Sea

Siena Italian Studies
University of Minnesota, Learning Abroad Center

First Year Success Series

The Office of International Affairs has partnered with First Year Experience to include the Study Abroad Expo as part of the First Year Success Series. The Success Series helps to promote this success by offering short courses on the common concerns and questions first-year students have during their transition to university life. As one of the UAFYE Success Series events, the Study Abroad Expo can help first year students complete a survey class requirement and learn more about when, how and why it is important to study abroad during their time at Ohio State. By attending the Expo and speaking one-on-one with the experts of the various study abroad programs or attending the “Expo Extras” sessions, students will earn stickers to achieve a specific, required goal. Reflection papers will be distributed at the Expo so students can provide feedback on their learning experience. More information can be found at fye.osu.edu.