Change Your Life! Whether you are interested in a cultural experience that will help you develop a global perspective, or want to develop marketable job skills, or are simply seeking to earn credits outside of a campus classroom, you can find a program to fit your needs. Programs range from several weeks to one year. International program opportunities could include the following: academic credit, paid and non-paid internships, work abroad, summer employment, or Fulbright program.
Check out the information on this site about programs specifically geared to UM-Dearborn students as well as other exchange opportunities and the scholarship and financial aid assistance that may be available to you and then contact the Office of International Affairs at 313-583-6600 or email@example.com to make an appointment to discuss the possibilities!
In addition,The Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates (GIEU) at the University of Michigan creates new opportunities for short-term (3 or 4 week) intercultural study of a global nature at field sites, both domestic and abroad. The program enables 12 to 15 undergraduates (GIEU Student Scholars), led by faculty members (GIEU Teaching Fellows), to learn in rich cultural environments while gaining a greater understanding of global situations and processes.