Prof. Jasprit Singh and his students are studying the langar model of sustainability in Amritsar.
Welcome to CGIS
Discover a World of Opportunities
At the Global Education Fair, you can find out just how many ways the Center for Global and Intercultural Study (CGIS) can help you study and volunteer abroad - and why you should go.
Whether you want to develop the skills you'll need to compete in a global economy, build meaningful connections with people from around the world, explore legendary cities, or cultivate your language skills, this is the best time in your life for a global experience.
Come see what opportunities are waiting for you!
Thursday, September 4, 12-4pm
Rogel Ballroom, Michigan Union
530 S. State Street
CGIS Program Alum can volunteer at the fair by registering by Thursday, August 28 at: https://umichglobaleducationfair.eventbrite.com
The Center for Global and Intercultural Study (CGIS) was founded in July 2009 to provide a wide variety of global engagement and learning opportunities to the University of Michigan community. CGIS programming serves students with diverse academic interests at international and domestic sites on every inhabited continent.
For information on scholarships, please check out the LSA Global Experience Scholarship Program or make an appointment with an advisor!
If you would like to request a presentation, please fill out this form.
Emergency Abroad Information
In the event of an emergency while abroad, please contact U-M Department of Safety (UMPD) at 1.734.763.1131.
Find out how you can study abroad at our Ready, Set, Go Global! (RSGG) sessions, held Monday through Friday from 5-6pm during the school year!
Summer RSGG schedule TBA
If you've already attended a RSGG, call 1.734.764.4311 or email email@example.com to set up an advising appointment, or attend walk-in advising hours at G155 Angell Hall.