Education Abroad

The study of Judaism, Jewish civilization, and the Jewish people would not be complete without an overseas study experience. We highly encourage students to include overseas study as part of their course plan, whether it is to Israel, Europe, or other parts of the world.

The Ohio State University ranks as one of the nation's top 20 universities for the number of students studying abroad and its international student enrollment, according to the Institute of International Education. Ohio State offers more than 100 study abroad programs in over 40 different countries, and close to 20 percent of undergraduates have a study abroad experience before they graduate. With the assistance of Ohio State’s Office of International Affairs, students have many options to customize their overseas study experience, including international exchange programs, individualized study abroad programs, independent research, and programs through third-party providers to name a few.

We also have partnerships with select universities in Israel through Ohio State’s Israel Direct Enroll Programs provide students a well-rounded cultural and academic experience with advising from the Office of International Affairs in cooperation with students' advisors. Choose from four universities in Israel and take courses in a wide variety of subjects:

It is important that you read the documents below before you apply to any Ohio State sponsored education abroad program:

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Scholarships and Financial Aid for Education Abroad

Melton Center scholarships:

Other Scholarships: 

  • Tel Aviv University - TAU offers a variety of merit and needs-based scholarships to prospective students, including the Natalie Shaltiel Scholarship for study abroad at TAU. Contact Jenna Mucciarone at TAU for details and to find out how to apply.
  • Masa Israel - There are over 200 programs to choose from, and Masa Israel offers study abroad and financial aid in addition to what university programs offer. 

The Melton Center for Jewish Studies offers travel grants as well as scholarships for study abroad. For more information about study abroad, contact us, or the Office of International Affairs.

Other Education Abroad Scholarships at Ohio State

  • College of Arts and Sciences - funds are for undergraduate arts and sciences majors who are currently enrolled on the Columbus campus. Spring 2017 deadline for study abroad next summer and fall - January 16, 2017 at 4:00 PM.
  • Francille Firebaugh Study Abroad Scholarship -  awarded to full-time undergraduate students attending The Ohio State University in a degree-granting program.
  • Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship - offered to enhance the educational experience of Ohio State students, by providing financial support to participants in Ohio State approved summer, semester or academic year study abroad programs
  • Mershon Center for International and Security Studies Scholarships - to support undergraduates whose professional training and career plans lie in the field of international security and would benefit by studying in a foreign country
  • College of Education and Human Ecology - provides international travel awards to undergraduate majors and graduate students who plan to participate in a university-approved study abroad, internship, service-learning or outreach program
  • Fisher College of Business - providing a variey of opportunities to fund your global experience.

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