Study abroad and make the world your classroom and return forever changed!
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. Contact Kelly Newlon for more details.
Check out the programs offered in Horticulture & Crop Science:
Scotland & England - British Open and "Ryder's Cup" study tour, next possible travel summer 2013. 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. Course number HCS 5097.04, with instructor Chris Walsh
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. Course number HCS 5797.01.
Chile - Agroecosystems, next travel spring break 2013. This eleven-day program shows the practices employed to grow and produce food at varied elevations and latitudes. Course number HCS 5797.03 with Dr. Doug Doohan