study abroad

  1. April 26, 2018

    Volker Sick receives president’s international education award

    Volker Sick has received the President’s Award for Distinguished Service in International Education for his work promoting study-abroad opportunities among U-M engineering students.

  2. November 13, 2017

    University again among leaders in sending students overseas

    For the fifth straight year, U-M ranks in the top 10 among higher education institutions with the most students studying abroad, according to the annual Open Doors report by the Institute of International Education.

  3. November 14, 2016

    International Education Week celebrates benefits of global study

    Double majoring in international and Latin American and Caribbean studies, Ozema Braddock has a lot to celebrate during International Education Week 2016. A first-generation college student from a single parent home, she took three courses abroad and has been to Argentina, Brazil and Chile — one trip per school year. more information International Education Week…
  4. November 14, 2016

    U-M tops the Big Ten in students studying overseas

    U-M has the most students studying abroad among the Big Ten universities and is fifth in the nation among higher education institutions, according to a new report.

  5. November 16, 2015

    U-M reports 15 percent increase in students studying overseas

    The number of U-M students studying abroad during 2013-14 increased by 15 percent, placing the university fifth in the nation among higher education institutions with the most students overseas, a report says.

  6. November 17, 2014

    U-M jumps to No. 6 in ranking of study-abroad student numbers

    U-M has climbed four spots to No. 6 in an annual ranking of higher education institutions with the most students studying abroad in 2012-13.

  7. November 11, 2013

    U-M jumps to No. 10 on list of schools with most students abroad

    U-M surged to No. 10 in a ranking of U.S. schools with the most students studying abroad in 2011-12 — a big jump from the No. 16 spot last year.