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Program Highlights
                                                   Program
                                                   There are two options available for study in Toledo: a semester or
Dates
                                                   the six-week summer program. Courses are offered in the
AU/SP semester, summer
                                                   following subjects: anthropology and archaeology, art history,
                                                   history, interdisciplinary studies, Spanish linguistics, Spanish and
Location                                           Latin American literature, philosophy, political science, and
Toledo, Spain                                      Spanish language.

Program Costs                                      Location
    Ohio State tuition                             Immortalized by the painter El Greco, Toledo is a city of striking
    Program fee (see program                       beauty, manageable size and friendly people. Its rich historical
    costs section)                                 significance and proximity to Madrid make it an ideal location to
    Airfare, passport, visa,                       study Spanish language and culture.
    personal expenses
                                                   Host Institution
Application Deadline                               The Fundación José Ortega y Gasset is a private institution
Spring 2010: (Jan.14 - April 30)                   dedicated to the expanding, debate, training, research in the fields
October 1, 2009                                    of the Social Sciences and Humanities. It was created in 1978 in
                                                   Madrid and was registered in the Ministry of Education and
Summer 2010: (June 15 - July 27)                   Science in 1979. Five institutions stem from this Fundación
February 1, 2010                                   among which is the Center for International Studies. The main
                                                   office of the Fundación is located in Madrid.
Fall 2010: (Sept. 6 - Dec.15)
March 1, 2010                                      Courses and Credit
                                                   A list of the courses offered at the Fundación José Ortega y
Eligibility                                        Gasset and their equivalencies at Ohio State is included in the
    2.7 minimum GPA                                supplemental Toledo Program application packet. Students may
    3.0 Spanish GPA                                obtain this packet in reception area in the Office of International
    Completion of Spanish 401                      Affairs or the Study Abroad section of oia.osu.edu. Students
    (Summer)                                       applying to this program are required to meet with Rachel
    Completion of Spanish 450                      Sanabria (Sanabria.3@osu.edu, 292-3958) in the Department of
    (Fall/Spring Semester)                         Spanish and Portuguese to determine course selection.

Academic Credit                                    Accommodations
Spanish                                            Students have the option of living in a residence hall on the
                                                   grounds of the Fundación or with a local family (for an additional
Contact Information                                fee). Single, double, or triple rooms are available in the residence
Laura Coffey                                       hall.
Study Abroad Coordinator
Office of International Affairs                    Pre-Departure Orientation
(614) 292.6101                                   Students are required to participate in a pre-departure orientation
coffey.93@osu.edu                                organized by The Office of International Affairs. The orientation
                                                 date/location will be this handout, concerning but not limited to rules,
   Ohio State reserves the right to change without notice any statement inprovided in the letter of acceptance.
    oia.osu.edu fees, curricula, and
Seepolicies, tuition, for office hours courses. The Office of International Affairs reserves the right to cancel any program for
    which a State Department travel warning is in effect. It is the policy of Ohio State not to discriminate against any individual on
    the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or handicap in matters of admission, employment, housing, or
    services in the educational programs which it administers in accordance with civil rights legislation.
Program Dates and Costs
The cost of the program consists of Ohio State tuition plus one of the following program fees:
Spring semester (Jan.14 - April 30, 2010)            $9,000 +$1,930 for homestay option
Summer term           (June 15 - July 27, 2010)       $3,410 + $802 for homestay option
Fall semester        (Sept. 6 - Dec.15, 2010)        $10,973 + $2,027 for homestay option
All dates are tentative.

This includes tuition, complete room and board in the residence hall, excursions, and supplemental
health insurance. Airfare, passport/visa, and personal expenses are not included in the program fee.

Application Information
Applicants must submit the Office of International Affairs study abroad application plus the
supplemental Toledo application. Applicants must submit the Office of International Affairs Study
Abroad Application online via buckeyelink.osu.edu. Please note that upon application, a $150
application fee will be assessed to your Statement of Fees and Accounts. The application fee will be
refunded only if you are not accepted or submit a written request to withdraw your application prior to
the application deadline.

If you withdraw any time after the date of your notification of acceptance to a study abroad program,
you will be responsible for any non-recoverable costs that have been incurred on your behalf plus a
$200 cancellation fee.

Passports
Passports are required for every Ohio State study abroad program. For many study abroad
destinations, passport information is required to apply for an entry visa (as early as 6 months prior to
departure). For information about applying for a passport, go to travel.state.gov. Spanish student visas
are required for semester-length programs.

Web Sites
Ohio State Funding Opportunities               oia.osu.edu
U.S. Department of State                       travel.state.gov (travel warnings/country-specific information)
Centers for Disease Control                    cdc.gov/travel (geographic health recommendations)
Fundación José Ortega y Gasset                 fogtoledo.com

Contact Us
The Office of International Affairs is located in Oxley Hall, 1712 Neil Avenue. Please see oia.osu.edu
for information about Getting Started information sessions, Program Exploration walk-in hours, and
Study Abroad Coordinator office hours.




Ohio State reserves the right to change without notice any statement in this handout, concerning but not limited to rules,
policies, tuition, fees, curricula, and courses. The Office of International Affairs reserves the right to cancel any program for
which a State Department travel warning is in effect. It is the policy of Ohio State not to discriminate against any individual on
the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or handicap in matters of admission, employment, housing, or
services in the educational programs which it administers in accordance with civil rights legislation.

								
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