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  • Scholarship For Diversity

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

  • ICOPHAI 2017

    This year, ICOPHAI will take place in Doha, Qatar, November 7 - 9 with the theme, "Environmental Challenges and Impact on Global Health."

  • Wolfe Scholarship

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

  • Global Engagement News

    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.

Travel Alerts

June 3, 2017 - Ohio State is monitoring the tragic incident(s) on London Bridge and Borough Market in London. Ohio State has two known education abroad programs with current itineraries in London, and leadership of those programs have confirmed the participants well-being away from the location of the incidents. In addition, there are Ohio State students studying on non-Ohio State programs, and we have reached out to those students and their programs.
 
Several other Ohio State programs with travel in London recently concluded, and we are aware that many participants extended their travels. The university has initiated contact with the known students, faculty and staff with itineraries extended beyond the program dates to verify everyone’s well-being.
 
Travelers are reminded of advice and protocol for preparation and response to security incidents in their local context. Ohio State will continue to monitor the events in London through the advice of the Department of State, the Overseas Security Advisory Council, the London Metropolitan Police and the university's security providers.

May 22, 2017 - Ohio State is monitoring the tragic incident at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. Ohio State has two known student travelers with current itineraries in Manchester, and both have checked in safe. None of Ohio State's group programs currently in the United Kingdom are in Manchester at this time and are not scheduled to travel there as part of their itineraries. The university has initiated contact with the faculty and staff leading those programs to check-in with students.

Travelers are reminded of advice and protocol for preparation and response to security incidents in their local context. Ohio State will continue to monitor the events in Manchester through the advice of the Department of State, the Overseas Security Advisory Council, the Greater Manchester Police and the university's security providers.