Education abroad for EHE Students
EHE students at Ohio State engage in international scholarship on campus and around the world!
Education abroad has long-term and lasting benefits for students of all areas of study and backgrounds. From greater employability and higher salaries to increased confidence and adaptability, nearly any education abroad experience will challenge you to grow and teach you skills that are transferable to any industry.
At Ohio State, you can earn academic credit, fulfilling requirements in your major, minor, elective, or Global Option coursework; experience hands-on learning and gain invaluable intellectual insight. The College of Education and Human Ecology offers a variety of study abroad programs to enhance your global perspective and complement your coursework. EHE students are eligible to enroll in, and seek funding support for, any of the following:
- EHE education abroad courses
- Education abroad offered by Ohio State and other colleges or campuses
- International internships
- Study abroad programs operated by other institutions
There are FIVE different financial supports for study abroad; three offered by the College of Education and Human Ecology.
- Course Subsidies
All EHE faculty-led study abroad courses receive significant subsidies from the College. This means that course fees associated with the study abroad experience are heavily discounted. These discounts are built directly into the advertised course cost. In 2017-18, faculty-led study abroad course subsidies total approximately $100,000.
EHE Ambassador Award
The EHE Ambassador Award provides need-based financial assistance to EHE students participating in EHE faculty-led study abroad programs. One scholarship is awarded to an EHE student in each of the EHE faculty-led study abroad programs.
Apply for the Ambassador Award
Information on future Ambassador Awards forthcoming.
- Additional scholarships are available from EHE.
- EHE students proposing research abroad may be eligible for a scholarship from the EHE Office of Research, Innovation and Collaboration.
- The Ohio State Office of International Affairs provides information on numerous additional funding sources.
Regional campus EHE students may be eligible for funds from his or her campus.
The Global Option is a series of undergraduate courses and experiences which can be incorporated into most EHE programs of study at any of our five campuses. By selecting courses and experiences that have an international focus within the existing program offerings students can add a recognition on their transcript that recognizes their global experiences.
East-West Center (EWC), Honolulu, Hawaii USA
For fifty-five years, East-West Center (EWC) student participants have developed lifelong relationships and a powerful sense of community with others who share an interest in and commitment to the Asia Pacific region.
Opportunities for Study and Scholarships