German Study Abroad
A study abroad will help you to develop an advanced proficiency in German, learn more about the German culture by personal experience, and allow you to complete courses for your degree. A study abroad can also help you get a job faster after graduation and make more money than those who do not study abroad, and can help you have better career outcomes.
As you plan your study abroad, make sure to talk with your academic advisor, the Study Abroad Office, and our department so that the classes you take abroad will transfer to OSU. There are scholarships available from the OSU Study Abroad Office and from our department to help you to study abroad. The programs listed below are reciprocal exchange programs in which students pay the same OSU tuition and fees as at OSU, but pay for housing and meals in country.
- Augsburg University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg, Germany
- Karl Franzens University Graz in Graz, Austria
- Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg in Bamberg, Germany
- Ruhr-Universitat Bochum in Bochum, Germany
- Technical University of Munich in Munich, Germany
- Universitat Leipzig in Leipzig, Germany
- University of Basel in Basel, Switzerland
- Non-reciprocal OSU programs in German to Germany and Austria
- Congress-Bundestag Young Professional Exchange
- Internships abroad through OSU
Heldenplatz in Vienna, Austria.
Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany.