NMU offers stunning landscapes, welcoming communities, a safe environment and a wide variety of rigorous educational programs. All at an affordable cost to international students. Join our international wildcat family for a unique educational experience!
- Undergraduate Admissions
- Graduate Admissions
- Current Student Resources
- New Student Resources
- Global Campus
- Exchange Students (J-1)
Studying abroad is one of the most challenging, interesting, and fun academic experiences you can have as a college student while still earning credit toward your degree!
NMU has programs in over 50 countries where students can study and have studied abroad. Explore our offerings to learn more about what program may be a good fit for you.
To learn more details about how to plan a study abroad through NMU, join us for Study Abroad 101!
FACULTY AND STAFF RESOURCES
The International Programs Office provides support for programs approved as offerings. Program types may include:
- Faculty-Led Courses
- Service Learning Experiences
Visiting Scholars may be professors, researchers, scientists, or other academic personnel who are temporarily in residence at NMU who have defined access to identified University facilities with prior approval by the respective department head and college dean. A visiting scholar is typically in residence at NMU for a minimum of two weeks up to a maximum of one year.