These are international experiences offered directly through Northern Michigan University and include academic and experiential programming that occur outside of the United States.
Program types may include:
- Faculty-Led Courses
- Service Learning Experience
- Academic Internship
The International Education Services office provides structure and direction for programs approved as offerings. IES staff serve as your partner in enriching the educational experience for students enrolled in your Study Abroad program You can count on support for all phases, from the initial site assessment and host country contacts, through budgeting, travel-related contracts, student recruitment, and pre-departure orientation. We will also assist you in planning effective strategies for risk management and emergency preparedness.
Explore "La Pura Vida" - the Pure Life - through the film lens of NMU student Jake Lamons, with RE495 - Ecology and EcoTourism of Costa Rica, Winter 2015.
The following documents will guide you through the process of proposing and implementing a successful program.
- Global Academy Oversight and Approvals
- Global Academy Leadership - Eligibility, Roles and Responsibilities
- Global Academy Course Academic Standards
- Global Academy Program Types
- Global Academy Program Proposal Form
- Global Academy Program Fees
- Global Academy Finances
- Global Academy Accounting and Settlement
- Checklist: The FLSA Budget
- Checklist: Pre-Departure
- Checklist: Closing the Program
- Required: Post Program Evaluation
Don't be shy! Contact FLSA Coordinator Susan Morgan with questions or to set up a meeting. You can also plan to attend a faculty workshop. Email International Programs or call 906-227-2510 for upcoming workshop dates.
Fall 2017 - Required Faculty Briefings
Sept. 8, 10-noon and 2-4 Session I: Preparing your Faculty-Led Program:
Oct. 9, 3-5 The Nuts and Bolts of Finances, Concur, Logistics, Approvals
Dec. 8, 10-noon Session II: Health and Risk Management, Mandatory Reporting, Inter-Cultural Competencies
Dec. 20, 3-5 Student Behavior, Conduct Code, and Community Building
Winter 2018 - Required Faculty Briefings
|Professor Michael Joy and students soak up sun and Advanced Spanish Language skills in historic Salamanca, Spain May 2015. Check out the Facebook feed daily at "Languages at Northern Michigan University."||Students explore the valleys of Ecuador with Mary Andronis (MLL) on the 2012 Volunteer Service Spring Break FLSA, through Superior Edge.||Nursing and Health Education students travel to developing nations each year to provide services in rural clinical settings and schools. In 2015, Kristi Robinia (NU) and Yuba Gautam (HE) took a group of 20 NMU students to San Ignacio, Belize through partnership with Intrax Global Internships Abroad.|