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Many Cognitive Science students from all tracks participate in a study abroad experience. This is often a great way for Cog Sci students to earn credit toward their elective requirements (or even core requirements), as well as explore cognitive science in an international context!
Study abroad also provides a unique opportunity to live and study in another country while earning
U-M in-residence credits that will keep students on track for graduation. Programs can range anywhere from three weeks to an entire academic year. Depending on the type of experience students are hoping to have, U-M offers a variety of programs including custom, faculty-led programs, internships, university exchange, and more!