- Associate Provost Int'l Programs
- Int'l Degree & Education Abroad
- Int'l Student Advising & Services
- Int'l Scholar & Faculty Services
All study abroad and internship applicants are required to pay an application fee. See the Application Fee page for details.
NTU requires every student to order an official transcript from each college-level institution attended. Transcripts should be sent at the time of application to the program coordinator by the application deadline.
All OSU students applying for the NTU-CBA are required to meet with their OSU Academic Advisor and with John Bliss, Program Coordinator for the NTU-BACT program. College of Agricultural Sciences students must meet with Paul Dorres (CAS Director of Student Services) prior to applying to the Program. Following materials should be sent directly to the Program Coordinator by the application deadline.
-Application form including 300-500 word essay
-Head photo (electronic file)
-Declaration agreement (NTU’s form)
-Passport copy (scanned PDF or jpeg file)
-Letter of reference
-OSU online application for study abroad
A passport valid for six months beyond your program is required. Apply for a passport immediately if you have not done so already. Visit travel.state.gov for an application.
NTU does not require, but strongly advises one letter of reference from a professor/instructor.
All students are required to return this form. See the Health Disclosure Form page for details.
All students are required to complete this form. See the Academic Planning Form page for details.
This program earns resident credit at OSU. Each course you take must be assessed for how the credit will be applied to your degree program. Save all coursework and syllabi while you are abroad and work with the Academic Advisor to establish your course equivalencies when you return.
All students are required to attend general pre-departure orientation. You will receive information about your pre-departure orientation via email from the IDEA office.
All students are encouraged to visit their primary care provider before going abroad. Information about immunizations and travel health can be obtained from the Travel Medicine Clinic at Student Health Services.
File FAFSA and apply for financial aid for the term(s) of your program.
IDEA will submit a financial aid budget with your estimated cost of attendance to the Office of Financial Aid the term prior to your departure so that your aid award may be adjusted.
Use this form to estimate the total cost of your attendance on the program. Visit the Budget Worksheet page for details.
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