The College of Agricultural Science's International Programs organizes three types of opportunities abroad: Faculty-Led Programs, Exchange & Study Abroad, and Internships & Research. Whatever your interests and goals are, there are programs that will exceed your expectations.
These credit-bearing programs are eligible for university and college scholarships. Visit the National and Global Scholarships Advising page for more information. A wider range of program and scholarship offerings are available through OSU Global Opportunities. Also visit IE3 Global for other international internships available in 50 different countries.
Faculty-led programs are conceived and led by CAS faculty. These programs study a specific theme or focus, are eligible for academic credit, and are usually shorter than the length of a term.
Exchange programs are typically a semester or academic year and integrate students into a host university's academic and student community. Study abroad programs vary in duration and focus and can include intensive language or field studies for single and multiple terms abroad.
International internships allow students to pursue professional-level work experience overseas while receiving academic credit and College of Agricultural Sciences work experience. Most internships are a minimum of ten weeks in duration, and can take place any time of year. The College of Agricultural Sciences and partner programs offer internships all over the world.
Dalyn McCauley | Faculty Research Assistant | North Willamette Research & Extension Center
Member of Engineers Without Borders USA; Member of ASABE; 2019 Grant A. Harris Fellowship recipient
Central Point, OR | First Generation College Student