Funding Global Experiences
Earning Credit for Study Abroad
N421 Perspectives in Global Health, has two sections. The on-campus seminar is a 2-credit elective; students participating in the field extension must register not for the 2-credit seminar, but for a different section, which is worth 4 credits. Contact an academic advisor to make sure you are registered for the correct section.
In order to participate in the Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates (GIEU), students must apply through the Center for Global and Intercultural Study (CGIS) and enroll in the 3-credit university course UC 275, which begins in winter and extends into fall. Students receive 2 credit hours in the winter term and 1 credit hour in the fall.
Two of our programs, the spring session of N456 with global field experience and HS 300 Spanish Language for Health Care Professionals, require spring term enrollment and thus, spring term tuition in addition to the program fee.
Federal Financial Aid
Co-Curricular (Non-Credit) Global Engagement
Recommended Steps to Secure Funding
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Office of Global Affairs Funding
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U-M Office of Financial Aid Students Studying Abroad
Undergraduate Fellowships and Grants through the International Institute
Graduate Fellowships and Grants through the International Institute
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Tinker Field Research Grant
Center for South Asian Studies Summer in South Asia Fellowship
Center for the Education of Women Research Funding for Students
The Wallenberg Endowment Summer Travel Awards
William Davidson Institute Global Impact Summer Internship
Ginsberg Center Grants, Scholarships, Fellowships & Internships
The Barger Leadership Institute BLI Global Scholarship and Global Internship Award
University of Michigan President's Advisory Committee on Labor Standards and Human Rights Internships