East Central University’s Global Education office promotes, provides, and facilitates academic and cultural exchange opportunities for the students and faculty to develop global awareness and cross-cultural competencies through participation in programs on campus at ECU and throughout the world.

Why Study Abroad?

In order for ECU students to compete successfully in today’s multicultural world, an understanding of different ethnic groups and their cultures, philosophies, and traditions is essential. ECU’s Global Education programs provide students with first-hand multicultural experiences that enrich their education by:

  • Semester-long and short-term Study Abroad opportunities
  • Exchange programs with ECU’s sister-institutions in France, Spain, Russia, Germany, and other countries
  • Educational programs with partner Universities throughout the world
  • Assistance in obtaining study abroad scholarships through the ECU Foundation, the Brad Henry International Scholar Program, Linda Ainsworth Scholarship, and other programs


Fulbright Opportunities

Postdoctoral Research Award- Czech Republic
All Disciplines Research/Teaching- Czech Republic
All Disciplines Research/Teaching- Ukraine
All Disciplines Research/Teaching- Poland
All Disciplines Research/Teaching- Belarus
All Disciplines Teaching or Research/Teaching-Hungary
All Disciplines Teaching/Research- Moldova
All Disciplines Research or Teaching- Russia
Community College Faculty Award Teaching- Russia
All Disciplines Teaching or Research/Teaching- Slovak Republic

For more information about Fulbright opportunities please contact:
Institute of International Education
202-326-7878 
www.iie.org

Forms

Brad Henry International Scholarship (PDF)
Study Abroad Program Application Form (PDF)
Study Abroad Release Form (PDF)
Study Abroad Travel Expenses (PDF)

Announcements and Events

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Contact

CONTACT


Dr. Mara Sukholutskaya, Director
Horace Mann, Room 319A
East Central University, PMB E-1
1100 E. 14th Street
Ada, OK 74820
580-559-5293
580-559-5345 (fax)
msukholu@ecok.edu