Opportunities for International Studies associated with the College of Agricultural Sciences.
The Lincoln University / OSU exchange is the College of Agricultural Science's flagship program. Established in 1975, scores of students have "traded places" for an international experience during their degree programs due to the ease of transferring credits between our very similar institutions.
Lincoln, New Zealand, Exchange Program
Each Winter, CAS offers a 2 credit seminar-style class on important and contemporary issues facing global agriculture. There is also a companion Educational Tour in August or September for 2 additional credits to experience first-hand the multiple dimensions of agriculture in a particular country or region. Past Educational Tours have taken students to China, Italy, Australia, France, and more!
Exploring World Agriculture
Are you interested in an international experience, but don't know where to start? There are Go Abroad in Your Major Advising Sheets available for students in most CAS majors. There are four Advising Sheets available: Animal Sciences, Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, Food Science & Technology, and Plant Sciences (HORT/BOT/CROP).
Go Abroad in Your Major Advising Sheets
OSU's official provider of international internship opportunities is IE3 Global Internships. IE3 Global provides high-quality study abroad, internship, research, exchange, and faculty-led programs to the students of our partner campuses throughout the Northwest and beyond.
IE3 Global Internships
Use the following link to search for international opportunities by region or country.
Search the Study Abroad Database
Additional CAS-affiliated international opportunities can be found here.
Experience International (A non-OSU, CAS-vetted program provider.*) "Experience International facilitates agricultural internships and work experiences for 2-12 months in eight countries where partner networks have been established. Opportunities are matched to the candidate’s background and placement request. Experience International is a non-profit organization based in Bellingham, WA and was established in 1989 to promote educational and cultural exchange."
Do you need general information about OSU and living in Corvallis? Are you wondering how to prepare for adjusting to life in the United States? Please use the following link to visit International Student Advising Service's resources page for answers to these questions and many more.
Resources for International Students
The College of Agricultural Sciences has an INTO OSU Pathway program into Food Science and Technology.
Undergraduate Pathway in Food Science and Technology
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Oregon State University College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) makes no representation, warranty or guarantee about the positions listed. CAS does not prescreen employment or internship opportunities that are submitted. By using the resources available, you are assuming full responsibility for your safety, security, wages, working conditions, fraudulent, or other aspects of any off-campus employment/internship opportunities that you discover while using CAS resources.