The Office of International Health and Safety is responsible for overseeing the health, safety, and security of MSU study abroad participants and program leaders.
Make sure you're prepared before you leave for your study abroad program so your experience is safe and healthy.
It's important to understand all the health risks associated with the country you're traveling to, and to monitor global public health news before and during your trip.
Some safety risks are specific to the country you're visiting while others can have an impact regardless of your destination. Make sure you're informed before you leave.
MSU has resources available to those who have experienced sexual misconduct while traveling abroad.
LGBTQ travelers can enhance the safety and comfort of their travel experience by considering how the laws, culture, and social norms of their destination may affect their experience.
Study Abroad program leaders are key partners in helping keep MSU students healthy and safe when they travel abroad.