The Center for European Studies encourages U-M students to spend time during their studies in Europe, either as part of a formal study abroad program, conducting independent research, or participating in an internship. Visit our Student Funding page for information about grants from CES and other U-M units to support internships, research projects, and study in the region.
The full listing of opportunities that CES helps coordinate, participates in, or can provide more information on can be found on the Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia (WCEE) Opportunities Abroad page. In the past and currently these opportunities have taken students to Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
A selection of study abroad offerings that are not administered by the University of Michigan are listed below.
Study Abroad Programs in Europe (not offered by U-M)
Some students opt to pursue study abroad programs on their own that are not sponsored by U-M (see sample programs listed below). Courses taken on non-U-M programs may or may not count for credit or towards distribution or major requirements. Please consult with the LSA Academic Advising Center and your department advisor for advice on transfer credits before enrolling in these non-U-M programs.
Study Abroad in Europe Resources
- CES announcement blog
- U-M International Center Overseas Opportunities Office
- French Embassy in the United States
Study Abroad Programs
- Central European University
- EURO Scholars: European Undergraduate Research Opportunities
- Hessen International Summer Universities (ISU)
- Munich University Summer Training in German and European Law (MUST)
Graduate Programs in European Studies
- Charles University Prague, Central European Comparative Studies
- Charles University Prague, European Studies
- College of Europe
- Erasmus School of Economics
- Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI)
- European University Institute
- Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies
- London School of Economics and Political Science, MSc in European Politics and Governance
- University of North Carolina, TransAtlantic Masters Program
- University of Bonn, Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI)
- Webster University, Vienna