Southeast Asian Language Instruction
The instruction in Southeast Asian languages at the University of Michigan focuses on four major languages that are taught each term in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures. Non-heritage and heritage students, graduate and undergraduate students are all welcome to enroll in these Southeast Asian languages.
The Language Resource Center serves, supports and promotes the study and instruction of foreign languages, cultures, and literatures at all levels within the University of Michigan community, providing leadership and excellence in the application, creation, and dissemination of innovations with respect to information, technology, media, and materials for all University individuals who utilize foreign languages in their studies, teaching, or research.
Summer Language Programs
The Southeast Asian Summer Studies Institute, a consortium based at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, offers instructions in all levels and most Southeast Asian Languages.
In addition, the University of Michigan's Summer Language Institute offers summer instruction on the Ann Arbor campus in languages useful to studying Southeast Asia, including Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Below are programs for individual languages.
Intensive program based in Salatiga, Java.