Tuition is the same for students who participate in an exchange (minus student fees, sometimes paid directly to the host institution), and living expenses are often similar to a term at Oregon State University. Estimated expenses per term can vary from $7,000 to $10,000 depending on placement and additional personal travel. These estimates include tuition, housing, food, airfare, fees, visas/passports and school supplies.  Cost of attendance at OSU per term is kept up-to-date here.

PLEASE NOTE: Financial aid is released when classes begin at OSU. Some exchange schools begin in August, so plan accordingly.

Read more: How Much Does It Cost to Study Abroad?

Exchange Program Travel Awards

Students accepted to study abroad on an approved COB international exchange program may apply for a travel award. Award amounts vary and are typically only available to students earning a major in Business/DHE. Additional information about the application process will be provided to those accepted students during the BA 348 orientation course.

Other Study Abroad-related Funding

The OSU Office of Global Opportunities (OSU GO) provides information about funding sources and administers scholarships to students who are planning to study abroad.

The OSU Honors College has scholarships for students in UHC who wish to study abroad. Read here for additional information or check with your UHC advisor: http://honors.oregonstate.edu/funding