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Rogel scholarship supports China study-abroad

The Rogel China Scholarship provides full funding (airfare included) to eligible CoE students studying at the U-M - SJTU Joint Institute program in Shanghai for the fall term. | Short Read

A new study-abroad scholarship was created recently to support CoE student travel to China. The Rogel China Scholarship was established by one of U-M’s most generous donors, Richard Rogel (BBA ’70, LLD Hon. ’09).

Stemming from his own experiences traveling abroad, Rogel’s passion is to expand the number of engineering students who have an opportunity to learn about China through a meaningful cross-cultural experience.

The Rogel China Scholarship provides full funding (airfare included) to eligible CoE students studying at the U-M – SJTU Joint Institute program in Shanghai for the fall term. Read more about this new scholarship and check later for application information in M-Compass.

This story was written by Byron Roberts.

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