Transformational Learning Without Boundaries
Life-changing, community-impacting education doesn't stop at the classroom door or even at the edge of campus. It reaches across disciplines, borders, and cultures to inspire creativity, drive innovation, and build meaningful relationships. At Global Initiatives, we work to cultivate respect, inclusiveness, and cultural competence by providing global educational opportunities.
As a Miami student, you’ll have access to hundreds of global experiences that enable you to earn academic credit. Select a program that will add even greater value to your Miami degree.
Miami University ... in the Heart of Europe
One Miami. Global Reach.
students have studied at the Miami University Dolibois European Campus in Luxembourg
countries represented by more than 1800 international students and 20 visiting scholars
Miami students earned Fulbright grants in 2020, earning the school a “Top Producing Institution” designation
Fulbright at Miami University
Founded in 1946, the Fulbright Program is the premier international exchange program of the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. By funding graduate study, teaching, and research in more than 140 countries, Fulbright promotes intercultural understanding through citizen exchange.
Every year, more than two dozen Miami students are among the 10,000+ applicants, typically for English Teaching Assistant (ETA) grants or to pursue specific research opportunities. Over the past 15 years, more than 100 Miami students and faculty have been awarded Fulbright grants.
Our Students Experience Miami’s Global Presence
I'm a junior studying Computer Science and I'm from Indore, India. Orientation was one of the most memorable times for me at Miami.
I try to be highly involved on campus and would recommend every student to do the same; take your time to settle into a new environment and then make wise use of the resources that Miami provides you.
While in Madrid, Myles experienced engineering on a global scale and was able to see how they apply concepts differently in Spain than in the United States, particularly relating to thermodynamics and fluid mechanics.
I am a sophomore majoring in Psychology with a minor in Film Studies from Lanzhou, China. I am enthusiastic about video production, and I have been helping the university to create videos for different purposes in the past year. Preserving my stories and memories via these audiovisual archives helps me cope with stress and stay inspired.
“One of my biggest takeaways is that it’s really okay to do things on your own; in fact, sometimes it’s better off that way as you’re completely in control,” Sarah said. “It’s okay to sort of explore by yourself, to be alone by yourself, to go do things that you want to do without really being dependent on anyone else. I think it’s really important especially when traveling to be able to sort of be comfortable being independent.”
Nghia (Martin) Le
I'm from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and a sophomore majoring in Education Studies. I'm a pledge of Miami's Alpha Phi Omega chapter - Zeta Delta, a service fraternity that fosters leadership through community service. My best advice for you is to never be afraid to ask for help and build a solid support system including friends, faculty, and even staff members.
As an international studies and political science major interested in foreign policy, studying abroad gave Emily to learn about Latin America and its politics at a greater depth.