Thank you for your continued interest in Michigan Tech’s global community. You made vital contributions while here as students, visiting scholars, and friends. Those of you working in the US or in your home countries, as well as US citizens working or studying abroad, serve as Michigan Tech’s most visible ambassadors. We value and appreciate your efforts to strengthen and enrich the network of your University and its international alumni.
It is our desire to serve as a source of information about Michigan Tech and to encourage you to stay connected. The affinity, pride, spirit, and service that bring us together can last a lifetime. And by uniting we help each other, along with fulfilling the greater mission to create a sustainable, just, and prosperous world.
Huskies Around the World
Michigan Tech is proud of its growing number of international alumni and friends. About 15 percent of our living alumni came to Michigan Tech as international students. Today, roughly 1,100 international students and scholars from more than 50 different countries study at Michigan Tech. Each semester, Huskies study abroad through an array of academic and cultural exchange programs encompassing more than 150 locations in 60 countries. Wherever your global travels take you, chances are there’s a Husky in the vicinity.
Huskies At Home
Michigan Tech’s International students and alumni continually enhance our campus and the surrounding community. This inclusive global presence and worldwide perspective is apparent in the classroom, the lab, at work and at play. As just one example, there are 35 organizations specifically created for international students—and numerous others formed by international students, including Badminton and Cricket clubs as well as the Geophysical Society organized by members of the Indian Student Association. And many of our international alumni have chosen to make their homes in the US.
International Huskies By the Numbers
China takes top spot for most international students at Tech, and also holds the distinction of establishing the longest-running ethnic-based student group, the Chinese student club, formed in 1916. India’s not far behind, followed by Canada. From England to Ethiopia, Turkey to Thailand, explore the statistics of countries represented as part of Michigan Tech’s talented and diverse student population.
Going Back, Giving Back, Coming Together
We invite you to share your Tech memories. Tell us about that favorite place or person, what surprised you most about the University or life in the Keweenaw. There are many additional ways to maintain your alliances with fellow alumni, network to expand your career, and to help future students. Explore these opportunities to be a resource for Michigan Tech.
Your contributions help with scholarships, University-wide priorities, and academic departments.
Facebook is your destination for international interaction. Share fun photos, celebrate life events, and organize meet-ups wherever you may be.
Reach out to current Michigan Tech students that are studying in your country.
Introduce future students to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics at Michigan Tech.
Share your career experiences with a current student or new graduate through the LinkedIn network created exclusively for alumni, including two networks specifically set up for alumni from China and India.