Services are 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. In addition, these services are available to faculty, staff, and students at U-M who currently work, or would like to work, with members of our international community.
- Going Abroad
- Study Abroad
- Internships & Service
- Financial & Legal Issues
- Travel Planning
- Activities on Campus
- International Students & Scholars
- U-M Worldwide
Michigan enrolled its first international students in 1847.
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.