Central Michigan University (CMU) is located in the heart of beautiful Michigan in the United States. Having four distinct seasons, Michigan gives its residence beautiful snowy winters, fresh blooming springs, hot relaxing summers, and crisp vibrant falls. With over 200 undergraduate and 70 graduate areas of study, there is a program for everyone. Ranked in many disciplines, CMU is one of the 100 largest public universities in the United States but averages a 21:1 student-to-faculty ratio, so students receive the personalized quality education they deserve. Students have the chance to work alongside professors on groundbreaking research, learn from world-class experts, and build connections that help them begin their career. With approximately 700 international students from 60 countries, CMU’s student population is as diverse as its programs. CMU’s English Learning Institute offers language training to international students from beginner to advanced levels. The university is committed to making education affordable for students and their families. Scholarships and other forms of assistance are available for international undergraduate and graduate students. At no additional cost, CMU offers many resources to help international students adjust to university life including, immigration, academic, and career services. The Office of Global Engagement actively engages international students in leading field trips, cultural events, and many opportunities to become involved in the campus and community. A CMU education is a unique and wonderful opportunity for international students to obtain a quality education in the United States among some of most well respected professors while also being immersed in the traditional university experience in a beautiful area of the country. Take a look at what CMU can offer!
Mount Pleasant, Michigan
University of Waterloo - Transfer student webinar series
Mon, October 18, 2021 | 10:00 AM to Tue, March 15, 2022 | 06:00 PM
Join Waterloo online on select Tuesday evenings between 5 and 6 p.m. for Transfer Tuesday, to learn about the transfer process at Waterloo.