group of U of M Students in front of a windmill in Spain

Site Specific Accessibility Abroad

    Accessibility at Learning Abroad Center Programs

    Students should be aware that disability; how they are characterized, defined, stereotyped and accommodated is culturally defined. Attitudes toward disability and levels of accessibility can vary greatly from country to country.

    The links below provide country-specific information on disability-related attitudes and legislation, as well as details on accessibility at selected Learning Abroad Center study abroad sites. This represents a sampling of the available programs. If a program is not represented here, students are encouraged to investigate/discuss other possibilities with their study abroad program team and their Disability Resources Access Consultant.  

    Africa and the Middle East


    Asia and Oceania