Resources for international students, scholars and family members are available – on and off campus – for assistance writing papers; tips on listening comprehension and note-taking; translation services; and lessons in English as a Second Language (ESL).
English Language Resources
- Going Abroad
- Study Abroad
- Internships & Service
- Financial & Legal Issues
- Travel Planning
- Activities on Campus
- International Students & Scholars
- U-M Worldwide
As of the fall semester of 2013, a total 8,967 international students, scholars, faculty and staff studied or worked at U-M.
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.