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.
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U-M was ranked 12th in the Times Higher Education world reputation rankings in 2013.
In 2013-14, Fulbright grants were awarded to 32 students and seven faculty members at U-M. Only one other institution – Harvard – received more Fulbrights than U-M, which has led the nation six times in the last decade.