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Undergraduate Student International Travel Requirements

Travel eligibility for students are outlined on this U-M COVID-19 Travel Plan and Safety Plan Process Flowchart. To determine whether your travel destination/s is a COVID-19 Low Risk, COVID-19 Medium Risk, COVID-19 Medium Risk, a U-M Travel Warning, or a U-M Travel Restriction, visit the U-M Travel Designation page, click on the continent where your travel destination/s is located and find your destination country.


Requirements:

Travel to a U-M Restriction destination

Travel is prohibited at this time.

Travel to a U-M COVID-19 High Risk destination

Travel is prohibited at this time (Rare exceptions for students on U-M Managed Programs approved by ITOC. Eligible students would be notified.)

Travel to a COVID-19 Low Risk, COVID-19 Medium Risk, or U-M Travel Warning destination

Undergraduate students on U-M Related Travel must complete the following requirements before travel:

Additional Notes

  • Travel registration or Safety Plan/COVID-19 Travel Plan Approval does not imply travel approval by your college. Colleges may cancel travel at any time and colleges may have additional requirements for their travelers. 
  • Students who are on “Group Travel Abroad” do not need to register their own travel or complete a safety / travel plan since their sponsoring U-M department or the program leader will complete a GROUP Safety Plan for international travel (for Program Leaders) on the student participants’ behalf. Details are on the Global Michigan Register Your Travel page.

  • 60+
    Languages

    More than 60 languages are offered at U-M

  • 115
    Countries

    U-M hosted students from 115 countries in Fall 2020