Health and safety should be foremost in your international travel planning. Look here for information about alerts for health and safety warnings; immunizations and medical tips; health insurance coverage and medical providers outside the U.S.; and registering your trip in the Travel Registry as well as with the State Department and US Embassies.
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U-M ranked No. 6 in the nation for the total number of students studying abroad, with 2,365 students overseas in 2012-13.
More than 65 foreign languages are taught at U-M.