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Study Abroad with the Department of Modern Languages!
Deadline for Spring Semester: October 1st
Please check the individual language sections for more details:
• Study Spanish in Ecuador – Cuenca – Fall, Spring and Summer semesters (affiliate program)
• Study Spanish in Mexico – Mérida – Spring Semester
• Get your TEFL in Ecuador – Cuenca – (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) – Summer Semester
• Study Russian in Russia – Moscow -Spring Semester (even years)
• Study French in France – Grenoble - Spring Semester
• Study Italian in Italy – Florence - Summer Semester
• Study German in Austria – Salzburg – Spring Semester
**Ohio University students may also participate in programs sponsored by other universities with the assistance and coordination of the Study Abroad Office of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Center for International Studies.**
The Department of Modern Languages offers study abroad programs that concentrate on target language acquisition, cultural enhancement and to become certified in TEFL. Each of our six languages either has an OU program or the DML can help you link with a comparable program through the Office of Education Abroad.
Professors in our department advise and/or accompany students to destinations around the globe for long-term and short-term programs varying from 3 weeks through 3 quarters. During residence abroad, students explore the culture of another part of the world, thus adding tremendous depth to their academic preparation. Through daily life and course work, participants learn about the everyday habits, history, literature, economics, art, political system, and international relations of the region. Students return from study abroad with an expanded perspective on the world, on their country, on their community, and on themselves. Throughout one’s life, critical insight into different societal norms constitutes an invaluable resource for success in personal, professional, social, and civic endeavors.
Interested in Teaching English Abroad?
Study Abroad turned Professional:
Jared McCatheren, a former MA student at Ohio University, works at the Institute of International Education in DC where he currently helps administer the Fulbright Scholar Program! While finding a job that incorporates his studies and passions, he is also also promoting study abroad. Learn more about the IIE here!