Once you’ve selected your study abroad program, you must notify an NMU study abroad adviser, who will guide you to the application specific to your program.
All application materials must be forwarded to International Programs. The study abroad coordinator’s signature is required for formal permission to apply. If your program has an online application option, please remember to save a copy of the completed online application forms and send to the International Programs office. Copies of all application materials are maintained in your student file.
NMU requires a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 in order to approve an application to study abroad. Individual program sponsors may require proof of higher GPA.
Note: Institutional grants or scholarships and some forms of Michigan financial aid are not eligible for use on non-partner programs.