Michigan International Students Society (MISS)

Michigan International Students Society

The Michigan International Students Society (MISS) is the premier international group on the campus of the University of Michigan- Ann Arbor. Founded in early 2012, the Society brings together individuals from all four corners of the world to share their culture and professional networks, and to build lifetime friendships. 

Updates

 

MISS IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY VERIZON WIRELESS

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MISS WELCOMES ITS CLASS OF FRANKFURT

MISS is happy to announce its newest members; the Class of Frankfurt. Our class is made up of 18 students  who represent more than 13 nationalities. You can view the entire list of new members here

MISS CHICAGO TRIP

MISS went for its annual Chicago Trip on the weekend of Nov 14th. The group had a great time exploring Chicago including trips to the Bean, The Art Museum, Magnificent Mile, Michigan Ave and soaking in the vibrant nightlife. We also made a trip to the famous Lou Malnati's pizza to try Chicago's renowned deep dish pizza and also went to see an improv performance at The Second City. We can't wait to do this again next year!

MISS WORLD CUP 2014

MISS successfully put together its first ever Soccer World Cup on the 5th of October, 2014 at Palmer Field. Our aim was to bring together local and international cultures and communities at the University of Michigan through the universal game of soccer. We had 12 teams compete for the coveted MISS World Cup Trophy. At the end, it was Ghana who successfully beat Switzerland in the finals to lift the trophy and earn the tag of world cup champions. In addition, we were treated to a great half time performance by GROOVE, a percussion drum line.  All our proceeds were donated to Soccer Without Borders and was doubled by Positive Tracks. 

You can view more photos from our event here

 

MISS WELCOMES ITS CLASS OF EDINBURGH 

MISS is happy to announce its newest members; the Class of Edinburgh. Our class is made up of 26 students (including two exchange students) who represent more than 20 nationalities. You can view the entire list of new members here