International Visiting Scholars program

The University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) is eager to work with colleagues from all over the world. That's why the Office of Global Outreach (OGO) coordinates the International Visiting Scholars program which enables international nursing students, professors, and researchers to become a part of our community. From doctoral students seeking research experience to professors on sabbatical, OGO works with individuals to get them here and involved in non-degree educational opportunities.

Key features of the program

  • Work with some of the most renowned and influential scholars in nursing research

  • Participate in collaborative research or individual projects

  • Access University of Michigan resources, including 12 million+ volumes and journals

  • Be part of a rich, multicultural environment with scholars from around the world

  • Ideal for graduate students and faculty of all levels

  • Select undergraduates may be eligible

  • Flexible start in September (fall semester) or January (winter semester) of each year

  • Great for dissertation work, independent study, sandwich programs, and sabbaticals

Current and past scholars

Visit the UMSN's current and past international visiting scholars page showing the wide array of students and faculty from six continents that have found UMSN to be the place where they have taken their research to the next level.

Next steps

If you are interested in working directly with one of UMSN's faculty members, consider applying to the International Visiting Scholars program at the University of Michigan School of Nursing. The application process and requirements are detailed on the becoming an international visiting scholar page.

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