Do you have international study interests?
Posted: August 05, 2009
The University of Michigan International Institute (II) houses 18 centers and programs focused on specific world regions and global themes. Our centers rank among the nation’s finest in their respective fields of study and bring together faculty experts from across the U-M campus. Six of our centers have been designated as U.S. Department of Education National Resource Centers, earning this status in prestigious peer-reviewed competitions. We are looking for both incoming and continuing students who have an interest in, or wish to focus on a particular world region or country, as part of their studies or for their own enrichment.
Benefits of connecting with our Centers. Note that programs and benefits vary from Center to Center.
• Graduate student email lists for information on each Center's activities, lectures, events, job news, conferences, funding opportunities, etc.
• Courses on the various regions or countries of interest.
• Certificate in Graduate Studies programs focusing on some regions, open to students from any graduate program to enhance your current area of study
• Invitations to special events, such as orientation programs or welcome parties, where you can connect with other students and faculty from around the University who have the same regional interests.
• Center web sites that you can go to for more information, including fellowship & grant opportunities.
If you would like to learn more about the programs available through the II’s centers, please select the link below and fill out the response form. We would appreciate hearing from you as soon as possible, preferably by August 11, so that we can contact you before the beginning of fall term.