STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
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Semester/Academic Year Programs
Students have the opportunity to study abroad for the fall semester, spring semester or full academic year through Bowling Green State University. BGSU sponsors 21 semester or academic year programs in 16 countries world-wide. Each program is coordinated by a Bowling Green faculty member under the guidance and supervision of the Office of Education Abroad & International Partnerships. Students receive BGSU credit when studying abroad on a BGSU program and will be registered under a BGSU course number. Bowling Green students can use all of their institutional, state and federal financial aid when participating on a Bowing Green program.
Short Term Programs
Students have the opportunity to study abroad on short-term programs through Bowling Green State University. Short-term programs range from 1–10 weeks and occur during the summer session, spring break, or winter break. BGSU sponsors approximately 12 short-term programs in 11 countries world-wide with program options varying year-to-year. Each program is coordinated by a Bowling Green faculty member under the guidance and supervision of the Office of EAIP. Students receive BGSU credit and will be registered under a BGSU course number when studying on a BGSU program. Interested students should check with the Office of EAIP for current programs.
Ohio International Consortium (OIC)
As a member of the Ohio International Consortium, Bowling Green State University can send students to over 42 countries world-wide while students utilize their institutional, state and federal aid. (Note: Participants in BGSU’s President’s Leadership Academy are not able to use their scholarship for OIC programs.) BGSU welcomes applications from students at other member institutions. For more information on OIC programs as well as Bowling Green programs available to OIC participants, click on the link above or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment to meet with a study abroad advisor.
Every year Bowling Green students study abroad on non-Bowling Green programs which are programs accredited by other institutions. Federal aid is utilizable. Students seeking to study abroad on a non-Bowling Green program must apply through the Office of EAIP. For information on non-Bowling Green programs, email email@example.com to schedule an appointment with a study abroad advisor.