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A global studies school for a land-grant university

The School of Global Studies at Oklahoma State University serves as a strategic and administrative center for the university’s global engagement. The School is a resource for information and support in developing high-impact international experiences and projects for students, faculty, staff and the Stillwater community.


About SGSP

Educating the next generation of global leaders

School of Global Studies

Become a world-class problem-solver with a master's in Global Studies

Study Abroad

See the world while earning academic credit

Office of International Students and Scholars

Support and services for international students and scholars enrolled at OSU

English Language Institute

Improve your English proficiency through our intensive English program

Center for International Trade Development

A statewide resource for businesses and entrepreneurs looking to engage in global trade

Resources

to help you further your global initiatives

 Faculty & Staff

 Information on compliance and protocol

International Travel

Forms, guidelines and steps to registering your international trip

Global Partnerships

Exchange ideas, cultivate research collaboration and advance global learning through partnerships with universities around the world


 

School of Global Studies and Partnerships welcomes Ethiopia Higher Education representatives School of Global Studies and Partnerships welcomes Ethiopia Higher Education representatives Mar 11

The Oklahoma State University School of Global Studies and Partnerships (SGSP) welcomed representatives from Ethiopia’s higher educational sector to the campus of Oklahoma State University on Monday, Feb. 10, as part of the U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) in partnership with the Tulsa Global Alliance (TGA).

OSU recognized at U.S. Department of State’s U.S.–Africa University Partnership Forum OSU recognized at U.S. Department of State’s U.S.–Africa University Partnership Forum Mar 11

Oklahoma State University’s (OSU) unique contribution to the development of Ethiopian higher education was recognized at a forum organized by the United States Department of State’s U.S.- African University Partnerships Forum, held in Washington, D.C. The meeting, convened by Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Tibor P. Nagy, brought together over 150 higher education leaders from the U.S. and from across Africa, as well as a number of Washington, D.C.-based members of the African diplomatic corp.

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