Students and scholars from more than 130 countries study and do research at U-M. Please visit the site of the school or college to which you would like to apply. Online admissions applications and information for non-US citizens are available. There are details about international exchange programs that usually last one or two semesters and admit students from partner institutions. Information is available for international faculty, staff, students, scholars and their families who may have questions and concerns about life at U-M and in Ann Arbor. Also note the resources for those needing translation services, English lessons, paper-writing assistance and other services.
International Students & Scholars
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Michigan enrolled its first international students in 1847.
U-M is ranked No. 5 nationally among the top volunteer-producing large universities for the Peace Corps, with 81 graduates currently serving in the agency.