Arthur Stonehill International Business Exchange Program

Students in SpainUnder the leadership of Professor Arthur Stonehill, the first two College of Business exchange programs were established over 30 years ago with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in Australia and Aarhus School of Business in Denmark. Since then, our program has grown to include 12 exchange partner institutions around the globe. Our strong relationship with faculty at all our partner institutions fosters an environment that fits the academic and personal needs of our respective visiting students. Our exchange program is named in recognition of Dr. Stonehill, emeritus professor, whose continued support over the years has contributed to the success of our program.  


Business exchange programs are offered in the following countries:

  • Australia (IB Option not available)
  • Germany
  • Sweden
  • Austria
  • The Netherlands
  • Thailand
  • China (Hong Kong)
  • Norway
  •  Chile (pending approval)
  • Czech Republic
  • Singapore
  • Denmark
  • Spain

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General Information about the COB International Business Exchange Program:

Exchange Program Locations

How to Apply & Program Eligibility

Program Specific Start/End Dates

Join COB Inc - International Network Club


Students in Norway

 Firsthand perspective: Student Blogs or Videos

  Marisa (Norway, Fall 2016)      Cole (Thailand, Fall 2016)

  Kayla (Austria, Fall 2016)        Michael (Spain, Fall 2016)

  Amanda (Chile, Fall 2016)        Michael (Germany, Fall 2016)

  Alexander (Spain, Fall 2016)     Jack (Singapore, Fall 2016)

  Ojes (Denmark, Fall 2016)

  Annemarie (Germany, Spring 2015)

  Haleigh (Hong Kong, Fall 2015)


Attend "Get Going" Study Abroad Information Sessions offered each term to learn more

Upcoming Get Going Sessions -

Stay tuned for available session offered during Fridays in Austin for the 2017-2018 academic year.

           Contact the COB international exchange coordinators with questions:   Carol Leder or Connie Caddis


Cost of Exchange Programs

For the majority of our programs, students pay OSU tuition for their term abroad. Living expenses, visa/permit fees and program fees (whether paying regular OSU fees) vary from country to country.

The main additional cost is airfare. Students are responsible for their own travel expenses.

Financial Aid

Most financial aid can be applied to these programs. Contact the OSU Financial Aid Office in Kerr Administration Building for more information.

Visit our Study Abroad Scholarships page for more information on possible ways to fund your study abroad experience.