The School of Kinesiology highly values the international learning experience. GoGlobal! Center for Global Opportunities assists Kinesiology students in finding opportunities for international study, research, volunteerism, and internships. The GoGlobal! office also supports our students as they pursue funding, academic, and professional resources, and helps them determine the program that best fits their educational and personal goals.
Education abroad opportunities for Kinesiology students include:
All students must meet with an OUSA advisor to align their education abroad opportunity with their academic plan.
If you would like to study at U-M Kinesiology and are visiting from an international university on exchange, please complete this form: http://bit.ly/Kines_Incoming_Exchange.
U-M Admissions forms need to be completed as well:
Join U-M Kinesiology faculty on short-term, topic-specific global programs during the summer. The programs are typically 3-4 weeks long and students earn one credit per week. Upcoming programs include:
Note: Programs offered are subject to change at any time.
Credits earned from non-Kinesiology U-M education abroad programs often apply towards prerequisite, elective or core courses. Few required core courses in Kinesiology can be fulfilled by participating in programs outside of the School of Kinesiology, although some exceptions have been made.
Education abroad opportunities are also offered through program providers. Students can only use federal financial aid on programs not sponsored by University of Michigan units.