Study Abroad Programs
The College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) offers numerous opportunities to expand your educational experiences around the world. EHE students are eligible to enroll in a variety of education abroad experience, including those offered by the college. Program fees for EHE-coordinated programs receive significant subsidies from the college.
Educational, Cultural and Linguistic Engagements in Oaxaca, Mexico
Exploring Japan through Sport, Wellness and Culture
Higher Education in Brazil
Higher Education in the Dominican Republic: Access, Equity and Opportunity
Imaginative Teaching and Learning in an Exemplary UK Elementary School
Indonesia: First Education Experience Program (FEEP)
International Perspectives on Special Education: Japan
Multicultural Histories and Legacies of Rome: Classics, Colosseums and Cathedrals
Scotland: First Education Experience Program (FEEP)
Sport, Strategy, and Commerce in Emerging Markets
Sustainability and Social Justice in Ecuador
Teaching and Learning Globally in Israel
Global Remote Internship
Ohio State has partnered with International Studies Abroad to offer Global Remote Internships.
- Intern with an international host organization matching your academic background and professional goals
- 8-week placement
- 25-hours per week on project-based work
- Internships provide professional support, orientation workshops and career coaching
Additional global education opportunities are also available from The Ohio State University.
Education Abroad Grants and Scholarships
Need funding support? There are several different ways that EHE and the university can help support your education abroad experience:
- Program Subsidies
All EHE faculty-led education abroad programs are significantly subsidized by the College. This means that program fees associated with the education abroad experience are heavily discounted. Students do not need a special application as these subsides are built directly into the advertised program fee for each program. In 2018-19, 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 in the college participating in our education abroad programs. Please check back soon for application information for the 2021-22 academic year.
- EHE Scholarships -
Education and Human Ecology offers numerous scholarships that may be used to fund educational expenses such as education abroad.
- Additional Funding Opportunities from International Affairs
The Ohio State Office of International Affairs provides information on numerous additional funding sources.
Regional campus EHE students may be eligible for additional funding opportunities from their campus.
The Global Option is a designation on a student’s transcript recognizing their international experiences during their time at Ohio State. To obtain this designation, students must complete a series of undergraduate courses and experiences with global components.
The Global Option, which can be incorporated into most EHE programs of study at any of our five campuses, is designed to be completed without adding significant time to graduation.