Research for Visiting Students

SURE Program-International

Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering International Partnership at the University of Michigan is open to rising juniors and seniors from Universidad de Monterrey who have completed their sophomore or junior year by the start of the internship.  From late May to early August, students will participate in a full-time research experience that includes professional development seminars, networking, and social activities.  Students will also produce a one page abstract highlighting their summer research project/experience.

Inquiries from SURE Program-International can be directed to

Summer Research Opportunity Program – SROP (for non-U-M Ann Arbor undergraduate students, U-M Flint, and U-M Dearborn students)

The University of Michigan Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) is designed for outstanding undergraduate students who are underrepresented in their field of study. The goal of this program is to provide students with the opportunity to conduct an intensive graduate level research project with faculty and graduate students at the University of Michigan. This eight-week program, held on the Ann Arbor campus, culminates in a research symposium where each participant presents their research project. Throughout the program, all students will engage in a series of academic, professional, and personal development seminars.

The goal of this program is to:

  • Introduce students to and prepare them for advanced studies in a graduate program at U-M.
  • Build professional and personal networks to support student’s interest in joining the academic community.
  • Encourage students to apply to a graduate program at U-M.

Click here to watch a video about SROP

To learn more about how you can apply, download the SROP flyer.

Please direct all SROP related inquiries to