Exploring U-M’s Opportunities Around the World

 

Beyond U-M

In some cases, U-M managed education abroad programs may not meet your individual needs. The following resources can help you investigate other options.

Office of National Fellowships and Scholarships: U-M listing of international post-graduate opportunities

MyWorldAbroad: Access the U-M subscription to this comprehensive collection of cultural guides and job boards for global opportunities. (U-M login required)

International Center Education Abroad Office: U-M guidance and links for selecting independent programs

Institute of International Education (IIE) Passport: World-wide database of education abroad programs

Prior to participating in an independent, non U-M program:

  1. Consult with your academic advisor
  2. Check your funding status with the Office of Financial Aid
  3. Register your experience in the U-M travel registry
  4. Visit the international programs office in your School/College to check on any additional requirements specific to your major
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