U-M and University of Windsor students visiting the European Commission in Brussels (May 2011)
Information for current and prospective students interested in European Studies at U-M can be found by following these links:
- Modern European Studies Minor
- Graduate Certificate in European and European Union Studies (EEUS)
- Opportunities Abroad
- Student Funding
- European Languages
- International Institute
- Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
- Center of Middle East and North African Studies
- Program in International and Comparative Studies
- Center for International & Comparative Law
- European Legal Studies Program
- Center for Political Studies
- International Policy Center
- Center for Research on Learning & Teaching
- Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates Program
- The William Davidson Institute
- EYES ON EUROPE - CES BLOG
Timely and pertinent commentary on Europe and the EU, by U-M faculty and graduate students.
- CES ANNOUNCEMENT BLOG
Jobs, CFPs, Conference and Fellowship announcements
- INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FUNDING
- COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS (LSA)
LSAs offers global experience and internship scholarships to qualified LSA students.
- GLOBAL MICHIGAN
The portal gives U-M students easy access to opportunities abroad, and helps international students to find their way at the university. The site also houses a new online magazine, Explore, which showcases the University's global impact and resources.
- EUROPEAN LEGAL STUDIES PROGRAM
The U-M European Legal Studies Program, directed by Daniel Halberstam, professor of law, maintains Michigan's preeminence in international and comparative law. Over fifty years ago, Professor Eric Stein pioneered the field of European legal studies at the Law School, creating the first European integration studies program in the United States. In addition to attracting Americans, the Law School has drawn countless European students, scholars, and future officials to Ann Arbor to study European legal integration. Today, U-M Law faculty lecture, and teach at European institutions, and the selective visitor and Affiliated Overseas Faculty programs bring outstanding European academics, practitioners, and officials to the Law School every year to share their views and expertise
- OVERSEAS OPPORTUNITIES OFFICE
The Overseas Opportunities Office, a unit of the U-M International Center, provides information about options for studying, working, or traveling abroad to students and other members of the U-M community. The mission of the office is to serve as a one-stop resource for finding overseas educational opportunities, both curricular and co-curricular, available through all U-M units and selected external organizations.
- MY WORLD ABROAD (Free access for U-M students)
- U-M FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Funding opportunities for U-M students. The site is maintained by the LSA Honors Program, but students outside of this program may be eligible for funding.
- U-M LIBRARY
- U-M ACADEMIC SUPPORT WEBSITE
- MICHIGAN IN WASHINGTON PROGRAM
- LSA COURSE GUIDE