Today’s college graduates will live and work in a world that is more culturally challenging and globally interconnected than ever before. Education abroad provides a unique opportunity to engage the world while fulfilling major requirements or complementing the English courses you take at OSU. Study post-colonial literature in Cape Town, creative writing in Rome, or Shakespeare in Sydney. Experience American literature and film from the perspective of another culture: Read Hemingway in Istanbul, or study cinema in Berlin. Complete your second language requirement: study Arabic in Tunis, French in Angiers or Argentina. Sharpen your writing and reporting skills with an internship in Dublin, participate in community development in Mumbai, teach English in Guadalajara, or lead women’s activities workshops in Namibia. A wide array of study and internship abroad opportunities are available to English majors.
For more information contact the Division of International Programs.
Fourteen students studied classical mythology in the heart of Athens, Greece, under the guidance of SWLF Prof. Richmond Barbour in a special summer session of ENG 215 Classical Mythology. With home base at the Hellenic Education and Resource Center in Athens, students branched out to visit the Agora, Acropolis, Theater of Dionysius, National Archeological Museum, with extended trips in the archeologically rich sites of Attica and the islands of Mykonos and Delos. See more pictures!