International Education Week

International Education Week

International Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.  This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of our efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States.

International Ambassadors

Meet Our International Ambassadors

As International Center student staff, this selected group will assist with recruitment by communicating with prospective students as well as participating in virtual college fairs and chat sessions for different global markets.  

International Center News

Are You a UM-Flint Faculty, Staff or Student Traveling Abroad for University-Related Purposes?

University-related purposes may include are not limited to, study, research, internships, service, conferences/presentations, teaching, performances, or athletic competitions.  Be sure to register your travel in the UM Travel Registry and seek travel abroad insurance coverage from a University authorized vendor.

UM-Flint Helps Train Pediatric Nurses from Cambodia

UM-Flint Helps Train Pediatric Nurses from Cambodia

UM-Flint's Department of Nursing established a partnership seven years ago with the Angkor Hospital for Children in Cambodia. As part of the partnership, nurses from Cambodia come to UM-Flint for special training.

UM-Flint Grad Using Fulbright Grant to Teach in Kosovo

UM-Flint Grad Using Fulbright Grant to Teach in Kosovo

Cassandra Ganzak is spending this current school year teaching English in Kosovo. She graduated last April with a master’s degree in secondary education with a concentration in urban education.

University Of Michigan-Flint Achieves Eighth Consecutive Year Of Enrollment Growth

University Of Michigan-Flint Achieves Eighth Consecutive Year Of Enrollment Growth

The University of Michigan-Flint has achieved historically high enrollment for the eighth consecutive year. Enrollment for fall 2014 at the University of Michigan-Flint now approaches 8,600 with 8,574 students, up from 8555 students attending in 2013. Significant enrollment growth occurred in the areas of graduate, international, and dual enrollment.

UM-Flint’s “Smoke-Free” Campus Marks Third Anniversary

UM-Flint’s “Smoke-Free” Campus Marks Third Anniversary

It has been over three years since the University of Michigan-Flint campus has been smoke-free. Now, the focus is on helping the campus community become tobacco-free by providing information on the resources available to help quit tobacco use.

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