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OSU is now in Arezzo, Italy!

Introducing OSU's Partnership with OU and the Italian Study Center in Tuscany
Oklahoma State and the Center for Global Learning are proud to now offer a convenient study abroad experience in partnership with the University of Oklahoma's Arezzo Study Center in central Italy.  This unique opportunity is open to OSU students of all backgrounds and interests and represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live and study abroad in Italy while earning OSU degree credits. Located in the vibrant Tuscan city of Arezzo, this program provides the best of both worlds: a home-away-from-home with OSU classmates, faculty and staff, and the chance to immerse yourself in a new culture.

Arezzo Fast Facts:

  • This program is open to all OSU students eligible to study abroad
  • All credits earned in Arezzo are transfer credits from the University of Oklahoma
  • No Italian language requirement - all courses are in English
  • Beginning/Advanced Italian language courses are available for those interested or students with academic language requirements
  • OSU is initially offering Fall semester programs, but academic year programs may also be available
  • All majors are welcome - course for the Fall '24 semester include engineering, political science, envrionmental studies and global studies
  • International internship credit also available!
  • Cultural experiences and excursions - included in the program is 1 overnight trip and 2 day trips within Italy
  • Studying abroad in Arezzo helps you develop cultural understanding and communication skills, and builds valuable experience for an international career

Course Options-Fall '24

Global Environment, Engineering Tracks + Italian Language & Culture + Internships! 
All students must take a minimum of 12 hours comprised of Italian language, gen-ed/environmental studies or engineering content.
Italian Language & Culture:  All students are required to take one Italian language course OR an Italian Culture course (taught in English). Language courses are available for all levels, from beginners to advanced.
Global Gen-ed/Environmental Studies:  Courses include Ecosystem Impacts to Climate Change, Environmental Conservation, Democratic Environmentalism
Engineering Track:  Courses include Differential & Integral Calculus III, Physics for Engineers II, Applied Engineering Statistics and more
International Internship Credit:  Earn 3 credits for an International Internship in Arezzo
Click here to view all available courses for the fall 2024 semester

Why Arezzo?

Not too big. Not too small. Just right.
Arezzo (pop. 100,000) is one of the largest cities in the central Italian region of Tuscany. It is conveniently situated about an hour from Florence and just over three hours from Rome by train, but it is not heavily traveled by tourists. Arezzo is a welcoming destination for study abroad students looking for the amenities of a city and the warmth of a small town. The facilities are located in Arezzo's picturesque medieval city center, which is defined by its famous central square, Piazza Grande. A city of winding cobblestone streets, bustling piazzas, peaceful parks and historic churches, nestled amid Tuscany's rolling hills and vineyards, Arezzo is a lively, safe and beautiful place to study.
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