Exchange programs help students experience a new culture while advancing their studies. Exchanges are based on formal university partnerships, where students from each institution pay tuition at home and “swap” places for one to two semesters.
Exchange Programs by School/College
At the University of Michigan, exchange programs are managed within our individual Schools and Colleges (i.e. academic disciplines or faculties). Exchanges must be balanced in both directions, so a nomination from the partner institution is needed to begin the U-M application process. Exchange program details by discipline are listed below:
More than 65 languages are taught at U-M
U-M ranked 5th in the nation in the number of students studying abroad for the year 2014-2015.Institute of International Education