International students prefer to pursue higher education in the University of Michigan for its high quality education, vibrant campus life, renowned faculty members, placement opportunities, state-of-the-art infrastructure and research facilities. In 2011, percentages of international students in undergraduate and graduate programs are 5.7% and 30.9% respectively.
According to the survey conducted by U.S. News and World Report “National University Rankings” in 2011, the University of Michigan achieved 29th rank among top universities of North American. In 1995, the university achieved 3rd rank in a nationwide survey conducted by the National Research Council? because of the high quality graduate programs. The university’s health system boasts of spending the maximum amount, $1.24 billion during 2010-2011, on research.
|Name of the Institution||University of Michigan|
|Type of Institution||Public research university|
|Location||Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA|
|Courses Offered||Undergraduate Courses are offered in:
Graduate programs are offered in 2 modes: dual and single degree.
Graduate Courses are offered in:
|Admission Procedure/ Eligibility Criteria||Admission to undergraduate courses is offered on the basis of cumulative GPA in senior school examination, SAT or ACT writing test score, TOEFL/IELTS/MELAB score.The application deadlines for various courses are as follows:Fall Term Deadline – February 1
Winter Term Deadline – October 1
Summer Half Term Deadline – February 1
Spring Half Term Deadline – February 1
Deadline for School of Music, Theatre & Dance – December 1
|Placements||The office of examinations and evaluations (E&E) designs placement tests for incoming students and helps them in with placements each year.|
|Scholarships/Financial Aid||International students with F-1, J-1, F-2, J-2, and G series visas are not eligible for any financial aid. However, some needy international students may be considered for financial aid if -
The student can contact:
Office of Financial Aid
University of Michigan
2500 Student Activities Building
515 E. Jefferson Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1316
Phone: (734) 763-6600
Fax: (734) 647-3081
|Fee Structure||Tuition fee for full-time (12-18 credits) undergraduate courses with major in: Art & Design, Business, Literature Science & the Arts, Natural Resources & Environment, and NursingMichigan residents: $6,220Non-Michigan residents: $18,794
Tuition fee for full-time (12-18 credits) undergraduate courses with major in: Architecture, Art & Design, Education, Literature Science & the Arts, Natural Resources & Environment, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Public Policy
Michigan residents: $7,023
Non-Michigan residents: $20,121
Tuition fee for other subjects range from $6,000 for Michigan residents to $22,500 for non-Michigan residents.
|Established in the Year||1817|
|Events||The university organizes career fairs, exhibitions, festivals, health clinics, rallies, recreational activities, social gatherings, sporting events, seminars and workshops.|
|Distance Learning||Distance learning programs are offered by the following colleges at the University of Michigan: