Study abroad and make the world your classroom and return forever changed. Our year-round programs go to almost every continent. Go, experience, and gain:
- A new outlook on life.
- A new appreciation for culture.
- A hundred (or more) stories to last a lifetime.
- And of course, a thousand pictures to share.
Earn course credit for your studies and benefit professionally from the experience. Employers know the value of an international experience. They know students who study abroad are flexible and self-sufficient. They have strong intercultural communication skills and an informed world view.
To apply go to Buckeyelink and find the application materials under the Academics and Advising Section.
CFAES provides scholarships specifically for study abroad. Apply for scholarships here by using the College's general scholarship application.
Applications due soon:
May 15th, 2013- New Zealand Human and Animal Interactions (travel December 2013)
August 1st, 2013- Ecuador First Year Experience (Fall '13 Freshman only)
October 1st, 2013- Australia Animal Sciences
October 1st, 2013- Brazil AZP
October 1st, 2013- Costa Rica Service Learning
October 1st, 2013- Equestrian Studies in Europe
November 1st, 2013- Ghana ATI
November 1st, 2013- Italy/England Historical Survey of Landscapes
No current information sessions are offered, thank you everyone for a great year!
- Ghana Arts and Service Learning, ATI, next travel May Session 2014. A program built for ATI students to explore the art and culture of Ghana. Click here to watch a video from 2011 program.
Australia and Fiji
- Australia Animal Science, next travel 1st term Spring 2014. Learn firsthand how people and animals work together for mutual benefit, and spend six weeks of winter quarter experiencing the Australian way of life. Past Participant Profile: Drew Enigk
- Australia Sustaining the Environment and Human Societies, next travel May Session 2014. This exciting program allows students to explore relationships between people and their natural environment through sustainable development. Learn more about the program through our host. Click here to watch a YouTube video from the 2011 program!
- Fiji Sustaining the Environment and Human Societies, next travel Post May Session 2014. Students traveling on the Australia ENR program in 2014 will have first priority, followed by past Australia ENR participants, with open spaces being available to any student.
- New Zealand Human and Animal Interactions, next travel December 2013. This program shows students how people use animals every day.
- China Food Security, Safety and Production, next travel May Session 2014. Travel to Beijing and to culturally significant sites, such as the Great Wall. Maiden voyage in 2013, content in Plant Pathology, Food Science and Animal Science. Students in Education and Human Ecology, Public Policy and International Studies will also find major related content.
- China Research, next travel May Sessoin 2014. Travel to southern China to perform research with Dr. Roger Williams. Click here to watch a PowerPoint about the program. Past Participant Profile: Carol Brown
- Dominican Republic Agricultural and Environmental Sustainability in the Caribbean, next opportunity to travel December 2014.
- Czech Republic Economy in Transition, next travel Summer 2014. Economic transition is the focus of this six-week summer program taking place in the heart of Europe: Prague. Click here to view a video commemorating the 20th edition of this program, click here to read the summer 2012 blog, or here to watch a student-created Youtube video by a University of Missour student.
- England Agricultural and Environmental Communications- May Session 2015
- England British Open and "Ryder's Cup" study tour, next possible travel summer 2014. Students see behind-the-scenes of the British Open, compete in a "Ryder's Cup" like match against Myerscough College, visit St. Andrew's course.
- England Horticulture and Turfgrass science, next travel summer 2014. This program allows students to explore the variances and see how professionals handle the manipulation of landscape. Click here to see a video from the 2010 program.
- Europe Equine Studies, next travel spring break 2014. Students will expand their understanding of the horse industry and how it has been shaped by culture, society, and economics within Europe.
- Iceland Environment and Natural Resources, next travel August 2015. This program was created to help students explore climate change and see its effects in the delicate Icelandic environment.
- Ireland Human and Animal Interactions, next travel December 2015. This program shows students how people use animals every day. Click here to view a brief video with pictures from past programs.
- Italy Tuscan Garden Design, next possible travel summer 2014. Students will see garden design "in action" covering medieval, renaissance, romantic, and modern designs, as well as installation and maintenance, and will learn about the climatic, social, and political influences contributing to the evolution of Tuscan gardens.
- Brazil For AZP members, next travel spring 2014. Travel with Jill Pfister and Alpha Zeta Partners to Brazil for six weeks during winter quarter. Click here to view a video from the 2011 trip, or here to read the 2012 blog.
- Chile Agroecosystems, next travel December 2013. This program expores agricultural production in various climates, production importation and Chile history and culture.
- Chile Human and Animal Interactions, next travel December 2014. This program shows students how people use animals every day.
- Costa Rica Service Learning, next travel spring break 2014. Travel to Costa Rica for 9 days with Paul Heimberger. Click here to view a video from the 2010 trip.
- Ecuador First-Quarter freshmen only, next travel December 2013. Study sustainable agricultural practices in Ecuador for 11 days. Click here to watch a video from the 2011 trip!