Intercultural Leadership: From Awareness to Action

Through this innovative centralized initiative, up to 100 under-represented UM students participate in physical outbound mobility, engaging in experiential learning opportunities abroad, acquiring intercultural skills and gaining global perspectives. 
Prior to travelling, UM offers customized wrap-around and financial supports to target groups, leveraging existing programs, investments, and partnerships both within UM and abroad. Depending on the nature of the program, students complete Intercultural Leadership co-curricular certificate program and a 6-module pre-departure course to maximize their experiences. Upon return, they continue their involvement by sharing their learnings, becoming mentors, and participating in the selection of future participants. 

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