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OSU: Engineering, Netherlands, Delft University of Technology (GE3)

Program Administrator: 
College/Departmental Program (OSU)
Country: 
Netherlands
Host Institution: 

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

Location: 

Delft, Netherlands

Duration: 
Winter/Spring Semester
Academic year
Summer/Fall Semester
Language: 
English
Class Format: 
Classes Primarily with Host-Country Students
Housing: 
Residence Hall
Apartment
Requirement: 

minimum 3.0 GPA; currently enrolled student in the OSU College of Engineering

Program Costs: 

Please refer to Delft University of Technology GE3 Information

You can calculate your estimated cost of living by using the following currency converter.

Academic emphasis: 
Bioengineering
Chemical Eng.
Civil Eng.
Computer Sci.
Ecological Eng.
Elec. & Comp. Eng.
Energy Systems Engr.
Environ. Eng.
Industrial Eng.
Manufacturing Eng.
Mechanical Eng.
Nuclear Eng.

OSU: College of Business - The Netherlands, Radboud University

Program Administrator: 
College/Departmental Program (OSU)
Country: 
Netherlands
Host Institution: 

Radboud University

Location: 

Nijmegen

Duration: 
Fall term
Language: 
English
Class Format: 
Classes Primarily with Host-Country Students
Housing: 
Residence Hall
Requirement: 

For details on requirements, application processes, and deadlines, please visit the College of Business exchange programs pages: http://business.oregonstate.edu/services/application-information

Program Contact: 
Program Details: 

Radboud University is situated in the oldest city in the Netherlands. It has seven faculties (colleges) and enrolls over 18,000 students. The Dutch university information guide Keuzegids Universiteiten lists Radboud University as the best general university 2014 of all the traditional general universities. Radboud University's personal style of teaching ensures that there is plenty of opportunity to work closely with instructors and fellow students in small seminars. Over the last few years, Radboud University has focused on intensifying its education and on increasing study success rates. Radboud University has grouped its research within research institutes with the aim of creating an optimal research environment which has good focus and a critical mass. One of our distinguishing hallmarks is our emphasis on interdisciplinarity. The mutual exchange between the city and the University can be heard in the intellectual debates which, in a university city such as Nijmegen, are particularly lively.

Visit the College of Business Website

Program Costs: 

Contact the exchange program coordinators for more details

Academic emphasis: 
Accountancy
Business Admin.
Business Info. Sys.
Finance
Int'l Business
Management
Marketing

SAS: Semester At Sea

Program Administrator: 
Semester at Sea
Country: 
Multiple Countries
Host Institution: 

Semester at Sea is a pioneer and leader in global, comparative education—a form of international study that focuses on surveying the world's peoples, patterns, cultures, and traditions. Global, comparative education is the element that distinguishes Semester at Sea from other study abroad programs. Operating a traveling shipboard campus allows diverse learning communities to live and learn in close quarters as they travel the world, and SAS provides opportunities for intensive engagement, reflection, interaction, and exchange that simply aren't available with other programs. Field-based, experiential learning is a vital component of Semester at Sea. The ship becomes a campus where participants study in a traditional setting, while the world is transformed into an academic laboratory where students earn 20% of their grade. Field Labs are designed and led by a faculty member who has expertise in a particular culture, location, or subject matter. These in-port labs enhance and explore course content. SAS directed trips are led by staff or faculty. May be recommended by a faculty member as an excellent complement to a student's syllabus. Independent Practica are opportunities for a participant to conduct independent research. Requires faculty approval to count as fulfillment of field requirement.

Click here for a presentation from an OSU Student who participated in this program.

Location: 

Classes and residences are on board the MV Explorer, a 590-foot ship made into a floating campus. There are seven decks, student residences, dining halls, a library, recreational facilities, and more. Check out the Semester at Sea website for more information! There are voyages summer, fall, and spring with different routes around the world. The destinations vary slightly every year. While in port, students have the choice to stay in country or on the ship.

Duration: 
Fall term
Winter/Spring Semester
Language: 
English
Class Format: 
Classes Primarily with US and International Students
Housing: 
Other
Requirement: 

Minimum 2.75 GPA, Consistent full time student status where one full term has been completed, 300-500 word essay.
See the Semester at Sea Application Checklist for more information on application requirements.

Mandatory Application Checklist: 
Program Details: 

Please see the Semester at Sea website for more information.
See the SAS video to learn more about the program.

Program Costs: 

Please see the Semester at Sea website for program cost details
$350 per term OSU Education Abroad Administration Fee

Academic emphasis: 
Anthropology
Applied Visual Arts
Art
Asian Lang & Cultures
Biology
Business Admin.
Civil Eng.
Digital Comm Art
Earth Science
Economics
English
Environ. Econ. Policy
Environ. Science
Ethnic Studies
General Science
Geography
History
Int'l Business
Management
Marketing
Natural Resources
New Media Comm.
Philosophy
Political Science
Public Health
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish
Speech Comm.

CIEE: The Netherlands, University of Amsterdam

Program Administrator: 
CIEE
Country: 
Netherlands
Host Institution: 

University of Amsterdam

Location: 

Amsterdam is full of life, day and night, with world-renowned museums, art galleries, music, opera, theater, and dance. It is truly international and multicultural city. Amsterdammers are easy-going and welcoming to foreigners, and English is the unofficial second language. With 750,000 inhabitants, Amsterdam offers the advantages of a cosmopolitan center with the most convenient means of transportation: in fact, bicycles outnumber the people in Amsterdam!

Duration: 
Winter/Spring Semester
Academic year
Summer/Fall Semester
Language: 
English
Class Format: 
Classes Primarily with Host-Country Students
Housing: 
Residence Hall
Requirement: 

Minimum 3.0 GPA. Junior status strongly recommended.

Mandatory Application Checklist: 
Program Details: 
Program Costs: 
Academic emphasis: 
Anthropology
Art
Business Admin.
Digital Comm Art
Economics
Environ. Econ. Policy
Ethnic Studies
Finance
Geography
History
Marketing
New Media Comm.
Political Science
Sociology
Speech Comm.
Sustainability
Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies

SIT: The Netherlands (International Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender)

Program Administrator: 
SIT
Country: 
Netherlands
Host Institution: 

School for International Training Study Center in the Netherlands

Location: 

The Netherlands is known for its atmosphere of tolerance and progressive social thinking. Its liberal laws concerning gay and lesbian rights, sexuality education, birth control, and euthanasia set it apart from the United States as well as from many of its European neighbors.

Duration: 
Winter/Spring Semester
Summer/Fall Semester
Language: 
English
Class Format: 
Classes Primarily with US Students
Housing: 
Host Family
Requirement: 

Minimum 2.5 GPA. Previous college-level coursework or other significant preparation in sexualtiy, gender, and/or identity studies, as assessed by SIT.

Mandatory Application Checklist: 
Program Details: 
Program Costs: 
Academic emphasis: 
Anthropology
Digital Comm Art
Ethnic Studies
Geography
History
New Media Comm.
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies