Programs listed below are Fall term only with the exception of one Germany location and Australia.

For information on obtaining student visas for each location, visit this webpage

Australia

Sydney, Australia: University of Technology Sydney-UTS (Fall or Winter/Spring terms). An energetic metropolis, with UTS in the heart of the city, students enjoy all a city Sydney's size has to offer as well as easy access to world class beaches.  The International Business option is not available with this location, but students can take Pre-Business and Pro School core equivalent courses as well as Bacc core and possibly minor classes. UTS is a option available to students as early as sophomore year.

Austria

Vienna, Austria: Vienna University of Economics & Business

For many years a popular option, students live in Vienna, a city roughly the size of Portland, Oregon (1.7 million). Historic and artistic, Vienna was the birthplace of both Mozart and Beethoven.   

Santiago, Chile: Universidad de Chile, Facultad Economia y Negocios (pending - not available Fall 2018)

Santiago is the cultural, political and financial center of Chile.  With steady economic growth, the city is now home to a growing theater and restaurant scene, dozens of shopping centers, and a rising skyline, including the tallest building in Latin America.  The university was founded in 1842 and is the oldest and most prestigious in the country.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China: City University

A vibrant shopper's paradise, Hong Kong is a former British protectorate, and lively, food-lover's dream locale. It is a bustling port city and financial center famed for its tower studded skyline. 

Czech Republic

Brno, Czech Republic: Mendel University

An affordable alternative for the budget conscious student, Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic by population and area, the largest Moravian city, and the historical capital city of the Margraviate of Moravia. This picturesque city borders wine producing regions of the area, boasts numerous museums, and is home to 378,000 residents.

Note: In order to obtain a Czech visa, participants must purchase health insurance from a recommended provider in the Czech Republic in addition to the mandatory OSU study abroad insurance coverage. This insurance information will need to be in the Czech language for the visa application.

Denmark

Aarhus, Denmark: Aarhus University

The 2nd largest city in Denmark, Aarhus has a history dating back to the 5th Century viking expeditions, and is presently home to 326,000 inhabitants. The city is notable for its musical history, including many jazz clubs fuelled by the young population. Aarhus University is Scandanavia's largest University.

Note:  In order to obtain a Denmark Student Residency Permit, students must appear in person at the Sacramento consulate.

Germany

Mosbach, Germany: DHBW - Mosbach (Fall term) 

Bad Mergentheim, Germany: DHBW - Bad Mergentheim (Spring term)

Students have 2 locations and terms to choose from in Baden Wurttemburg, the southwesternmost state in Germany. Both cities are small and charming, and Business courses  are attended by both international and German students.

Note: There is no language requirement for students interested in participating in the Germany exchange. However, if you are interested in pursuing an internship in Germany after completing classes, then you must have German language proficiency at the third-year level. If you are interested in doing an internship after your exchange in Bad Mergentheim, plan to meet with an advisor about one year in advance.

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Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University, Nijmegen School of Business

Situated on the Waal river, close to the German border, Nijmegen celebrated 2000 years of existence in 2005. With 168,000 residents, University students may feel at home on bicycle or crossing the river on one of 38 ferry crossings that dot the winding Waal river. Castle ruins and ancient Roman artifacts may be found around this region.

Note: In order to obtain a visa for study in the Netherlands, students will be required to purchase health insurance from a recommended provider in the Netherlands.  This will be in addition to the mandatory OSU study abroad insurance coverage.

Norway

Kristiansand, Norway: University of Agder

Home to 85,000 residents, Kristiansand's ancient history includes 6500 year old human artifacts and remains, as well as beautiful churches and historic homes. Located near the Baltic sea, the temperate climate brings tourists from the surrounding region to the areas sunny beaches in summertime.

Note: Students may be required to appear in person at the San Francisco consulate.  Obtaining the required visa/permit is a possibility after arriving in Norway but is not always the recommended procedure.

Singapore

Singapore:  Singapore Management University

Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial centre with a tropical climate and diverse population. In circa-1820 Chinatown stands the red-and-gold Buddha’s Tooth Relic Temple, Little India offers colorful souvenirs and Arab Street is lined with fabric shops. 

Murcia, Spain

Murcia, Spain: Universidad de Murcia

Murcia is one of Spain’s least visited and least touristy corners, located on the southeast of the Iberian peninsula on the Segura river. Murcia’s 250km of coast is aptly called La Costa Cálida (Hot One), during summer months especially, but is also referred to as "Europe's orchard" for it's production of many fruits, vegetables and flowers. With over 3000 hours of sunshine each year, this capital city is also a University town of 440,000.

Note: In order to obtain a Spain visa, participants must appear in person at the San Francisco consulate prior to departure in order to apply for their visa. Information on this will be provided, but this is an additional cost to participants. Also - knowledge of the Spanish language is not required to succeed academically. Nevertheless, applicants will be required to write a short essay in Spanish when they submit application materials to the University of Murcia (this process occurs after being accepted into the exchange program by the COB). The Spanish essay requirement is implemented to encourage students to understand that interactions outside of the classroom may require basic Spanish speaking skills.

Sweden

Lund, Sweden: Lund University

Lund University was established in 1666, and is situated in the south of Sweden, in a city of 82,000. With an ancient and well preserved historical city center, Lund is an excellent location for exploring markets, cathedrals, historical sites and the surrounding countryside's castles and natural environment. Lund has a vibrant art, music, dance and theater culture as well.

Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand:  Chulalongkorn University

Chulalongkorn ("Chula") is known as the Harvard of Asia, as it is the most renowned academic institution in the region. Located in lively Bangkok, the "City of Angels," within the "Land of Smiles," this city has innumerable Buddhist temples, street markets, night life and food delicacies for the exchange visitor. It also boasts a very large contingent of enthusiastic OSU alumni, teaching at Chula and working across Thailand.