• You are welcome here

    Help the Haenicke Institute for Global Education spread the message that everyone is #WelcomeAtWestern. Printable posters available! 

    #WelcomeAtWestern
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    Register now! Classes begin May 8.

    Chinese Culture Classes
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    Where are you going? #WMUBroncosAbroad

    Study Abroad
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    Learn English in WMU's Center for English Language and Culture.

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Income Tax Assistance for International Students and Scholars

To assist international students, scholars, researchers, trainees, and their dependents in filing 2016 United States income tax returns, WMU International Admissions and Services has purchased a limited number of licenses for a user-friendly, web-based tax preparation software program called Sprintax. 

Learn More About Using Sprintax

 

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THE HAENICKE INSTITUTE For Global Education

The Diether H. Haenicke Institute for Global Education aspires to be a worldwide leader in developing opportunities for global learning, discovery, and engagement. Founded in 1998, the institute serves as Western Michigan University’s hub for international exchange, activity, and initiatives and as a resource to guide and support internationalization of the academic and campus environment. Recognizing that WMU’s students, faculty, staff, and its international partners are integral to these efforts, the institute is committed to working closely with the University community to develop opportunities that support and sustain the global engagement pillar of the University’s mission by:

  • Forging and sustaining mutually beneficial international partnerships.
  • Recruiting a diverse population of international students and scholars.
  • Sending students, faculty and staff abroad.
  • Supporting internationalization of the curriculum.
  • Providing campus- and community-based opportunities for global engagement.
  • Engaging with alumni.

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For more information about globalization and internationalization programs, activities and initiatives, visit WMU's Global Engagement website.