Centers and programs affiliated with the Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia offer an extensive list of opportunities for students interested in the region. Interdisciplinary area studies degree programs, events, and funding are just a few of the resources we offer. With outstanding faculty and supportive staff, we invite students to explore the opportunities available.
The Center for European Studies (CES) offers an undergraduate minor and graduate certificate, as well as opportunities abroad including internships organized through the LSA International Internship Program.
The Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREES) offers an undergraduate major, three minors, and a combined undergraduate/graduate program. For graduate students, CREES offers a master’s degree, graduate certificate, and joint degrees with Business, Law, and Public Policy. Occasionally CREES coordinates internship opportunities and study tours for students.
The Copernicus Program in Polish Studies (CPPS) is one of the leading Polish studies programs in the nation, drawing on language instruction and courses taught in a variety of departments, as well as strong ties to the local Polish community.
The Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies (WCED) offers a graduate workshop for WCED fellowship recipients.
In addition to these programs, the Weiser Center and its affiliates offer many types of funding to support student education, research, and internships. Visit our Student Funding page to learn more.
The Weiser Center and its affiliates help coordinate or otherwise support several study abroad and internship opportunities, details of which can be found on our Opportunities Abroad page.
The Weiser Centers Internship Initiative provides opportunities for U-M students to apply for summer internships in Europe.