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Below are featured international and domestic programs that are ideal for Honors Students. Click on each program to learn more and apply.

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While the featured programs are ideal for The Honors College, students are also able to view all programs specific to their academic major. Search by college below to learn what opportunities exist for your major.

 

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University of Leicester  

Top 20 Best Universities in the United Kingdom
With more than 17,000 students and 5 colleges, the university offers a wide range of programs and world renown faculty. The University of Leicester (pronounced Lester) is known for helping discover black holes, DNA fingerprinting, and crucial information and the remains of Richard III. In addition to courses, the university is well integrated with the town and offers many recreational activities. Housing is open to students through the exchange office. 

Semester in Krakow

Jagiellonian University
Established in 1364 by Casimir III the Great in Kazimierz (now Krakow), it is the oldest university in Poland, the second oldest university in Central Europe and one of the oldest universities in the world. It was positioned by QS World University Rankings as the best Polish university among the world's top 500. The university has approximately 46,000 students.

Research Study Abroad in Europe

ISA EuroScholars
The EuroScholars Undergraduate Research Program allows you to spend a semester at one Europe's 9 leading universities participating in a professional academic research project and learning the language and culture of your host country. The program offers opportunities at 9 universities in six different countries in mainland Europe, including Belgium, Finland, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland.

New College of Florida

Nationally Acclaimed Public Honors College
New College of Florida is recognized for its innovative approach to learning. Independent study, original research, and experiential learning are strongly encouraged. Grades are not awarded. Instead, students receive narrative evaluations written by faculty, and coursework is evaluated on demonstrated mastery of material (pass/fail). Classes are small, typically not larger than 20 students. OSU Honor College students are able to attend with the National Student Exchange.

 

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