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Looking Ahead: What You Need to Know About Teaching English Abroad After Graduation

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Description: Teaching English abroad can be a cost-effective way to spend a year (or two!) immersing yourself in another culture after graduation. There are many ways to go about teaching English abroad, so we invite you to join us for a session that will cover topics including things to know about teaching English abroad, opportunities to do so (primarily beginning in 2021), and how to prepare for the experience while still a student at U-M! You’ll also have an opportunity to hear reflections from those who have taught abroad in the past.

Unexpected Re-entry: Support Chat for Students

Friday, April 17, 2020
Unexpected Re-entry

Title: Unexpected Re-entry: Support Chat for Students who Participated in Non-UM Study Abroad Programs during Winter 2020

Description: Did you have to unexpectedly leave your Winter 2020 study abroad program due to COVID-19? If so, this session is for you! Join Jake and Kelly from the International Center in an informal discussion and reflection session with other students who experienced something similar. This session is being offered with returnees from Non-UM study abroad programs in mind, but all students are welcome to join.

Interning Outside of the U.S. as an International Student

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Description: Are you an international student who is interested in interning outside the United States this summer? Or, have you already secured an international internship? This presentation will provide an introduction to interning outside of the U.S., general considerations when applying for a visa, and how to re-enter back into the U.S. after your internship.

Register here.

CIS Abroad Info Session

Friday, January 10, 2020

Description: CIS Abroad is an education abroad organization that provides affordable study and internship opportunities in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. A representative from CIS will be visiting U-M and holding an info session at the International Center. Stop by to learn more about CIS study and internship programs and get any questions you might have answered!

USAC Info and Drop-in Advising

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Description: University Study Abroad Consortium (USAC) is a non-profit, university based organization. It offers 27 different countries with over 50 program sites to choose from when studying abroad. It is known for providing well-rounded, academically sound and credible programs. USAC provides affordable study abroad programs through its modest program fees, scholarships, and other funding opportunities.


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