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Apply now for summer study abroad programs

You can study tropical field ecology in Panama, public health in India or food security and production in China. With a large variety of subjects and countries to choose from, Ohio State study abroad programs allow you to engage in cross-cultural interactions and enjoy a rewarding educational experience in another country — all at the same time. There are many study abroad programs with an application deadline of January 15 at 11:59 p.m. Read more to explore these programs and be sure to submit your application on time.

Programs with January 15, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. deadline

Another round of deadlines for additional summer study abroad programs will occur in February. To explore the details of all study abroad programs, use our study abroad search tool. The Office of International Affairs also offers information on funding your study abroad experience. A wide range of grants and scholarships are available and it is important to review your options carefully, plan ahead and apply early.

International at Ohio State

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    Apply for Polish Studies Initiative Grants and Scholarships

    The 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 stud ...

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    Astronomy Professors awarded Women in STEM Roadshow Grant

    Ohio State astronomy professors Sultana Nahar and Anil Pradhan received a new grant from the U.S. Consulate New Delhi to organize nine workshops in several cities for science, technology, engineeri ...

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