U-M schools and colleges offer a multitude of courses, degree programs, and activities that bring international perspectives to our campus community. In addition, several centers and institutes offer funding to support research and education abroad as well as internationalization of the curriculum. These units also support international publications, conferences, lectures, exhibits, and creative performances.
Many of these programs are open to students from across the university; check the individual program pages for details.
Art & Design
- Center for International and Comparative Law
- Chinese Legal Studies Program
- European Legal Studies Program
- Global Corporate Legal Studies
- India Legal Studies Program
- Human Trafficking Clinical Program
- International Transactions Clinic
Literature, Science and the Arts
U-M ranked 6th in the nation in the number of students studying abroad for the year 2015-2016.Institute of International Education
U-M hosted students from 139 countries last year.