The Council on Global Engagement has prepared two checklists for travel, one for individuals traveling abroad and the other for Faculty / Staff / Graduate Students leading groups of students. Travelers may also complete the Emergency Wallet Card to access key information while traveling.
- Going Abroad
- Study Abroad
- Internships & Service
- Financial & Legal Issues
- Travel Planning
- Activities on Campus
- International Students & Scholars
- U-M Worldwide
More than 65 foreign languages are taught at U-M.
U-M ranked No. 6 in the nation for the total number of students studying abroad, with 2,365 students overseas in 2012-13.