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Portuguese is a must for those with international career goals.
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10 reasons to study Portuguese at The Ohio State University.

  1. We don't just teach you how to speak the language, we offer courses in everything from Cannibal Brazil to Contemporary Portuguese Literature and Culture to African Popular Culture.
     

  2. Our campus is amazing.
     

  3. Portuguese is the fastest growing language in the world. Spoken in eight countries on four continents, Portuguese has more native speakers than French and German combined, making it a must for those with international career goals.
     

  4. Our facilities are unparalleled. From the World Media and Culture Center to the Global Gallery, we offer the very latest in classroom, lab and studio space.
     

  5. At Ohio State, you have the opportunity to get your hands dirty with real research from day one.
     

  6. We're home to over 1000 student organizations, including the Spanish and Portuguese Club and Oi Brasil!, a student organization that aims to promote awareness of Brazilian and Luso-cultures through language, music and dance.
     

  7. We offer study abroad programs at Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Universidade do Estado de São Paulo (UNESP) and soon in Lisbon, Portugal, the gateway to the Portuguese-speaking world.
     

  8. Living in Columbus means you'll never lack for things to do. 
     

  9. We help our students land the most sought-after internships.
     

  10. In addition to traditional classes, we offer Individualized Instruction options for students who want to learn at their own pace.

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