Description: Join Recreational Sports staff for a guided tour of different facilities to explore what each facility offers.
Description: The International Center will be hosting Tax Information Sessions to provide F-1 and J-1 international students and scholars an overview of the U.S tax filing process and the information provided on the IC website.
Join us to review the filing requirements, understand tax forms that you received from UofM and other sources, filing deadlines, and the options available to prepare your taxes. This session is repeated for your convenience on different dates and times; you only need to attend one session.
Description: Please join us for the International Wellness Fair on February 13 from 5-7PM! The event is in the Student Activities Building Lobby, and it is open to all students, scholars, faculty and staff. We will have groups from all over campus tabling and sharing wellness resources, as well as fun wellness activities such as blast fitness classes (Zumba, Yoga, Meditation), crafting and more!
Description: This event is intended to celebrate your achievement and contribution to the University of Michigan with International Center staff, your peer international graduating students, and families/friends.
Business casual attire recommended. Caps and gowns are not required.
Register by Sunday, April 28.
Description: This is an invitation-only event for international students who will graduate in December, 2018. It offers those students an opportunity to celebrate their accomplishment, share the experiences they have had at U-M, and chat with each other about life after graduation.
Description: Please join us for a career panel session with University of Michigan international alumni! If you are an international student searching for a full-time job or summer internship in the U.S., this is a great opportunity to meet with past international students who have successfully landed professional positions or internships in the U.S. Hear from these alumni on the effective job and internship search strategies that worked for them, tips for finding “international friendly” employers, how they acclimated to U.S. work culture, gaining work authorization, etc.
Location: Gallery Lab (100), Hatcher Graduate Library
Description: This workshop is for international students and scholars who speak Korean and for researchers looking for library resources in the Korean language. Gain insight into the resources and services available and strategies for efficiently finding information for your research projects. Join our Korean Studies Librarian as the questions below are explored: