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University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, Michigan

USA

iSC Global Rank:

28

School:

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About

The University of Michigan was established in the year 1817, before Michigan had even become an official state, and moved from Detroit to what is now its central campus in Ann Arbor in 1837. By 1866, the University of Michigan had become the largest in the country and was one of the foremost research-intensive universities in the United States. 

The university offers around 250 undergraduate programs, 200 master’s programs, and around 100 doctoral programs across its nineteen colleges. The University of Michigan consists of nine professional institutions - the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Ross School of Business, Medical School, Law School, Ford School of Public Policy, College of Pharmacy, School of Social Work, School of Public Health, and School of Dentistry.

Research is one of the major strengths of the university since it was one of the foremost and most impactful research institutions in the U.S. In F.Y. 2021, the university’s total expenditure on research and development expenditure was $1.58 Billion, and the university reported 502 new inventions, 23 start-ups and generated over $40 Million in revenue. 

Some notable alumni of the University of Michigan include Gerald Ford (former U.S. president), Larry Page (Co-founder of Google), and James Earl Jones (Actor and the voice of Darth Vader).

Ranking & Accolades

28

iSC Global

Regional

19

iSC Regional

U.S. News

23

U.S. News

QS

21

QS

Times

24

Times

    1. The University of Michigan ranks "#23" among National Universities in the "U.S. News Ranking".
    2. In 2022, the University of Michigan was ranked "#24" in the "World University Rankings" by Times Higher Education.
    3. The University of Michigan ranks  "#25" in the "QS World University Rankings".

Admission

The criteria and requirements for admission differ from college to college. Here’s what the University of Michigan looks for in an applicant.

Acceptance Rate-

Undergraduate

Application Fee

75 USD

Minimum GPA

-

SAT Range

-

ACT Range

-

IELTS Range

7

TOEFL Range

100 (iBT)

PTE Range

68

Graduate

Application Fee

75 USD

Minimum GPA

-

GRE Range

-

GMAT Range

-

IELTS Range

6.5

TOEFL Range

84 (iBT)

PTE Range

-

Courses

Discipline:

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Accounting

Doctorate

Degree

5 years

Tenure

25,068 USD

Tuition Fee

Accounting

Masters

Degree

8 months

Tenure

25,068 USD

Tuition Fee

Actuarial Mathematics

Bachelors

Degree

4 years

Tenure

53,232 USD

Tuition Fee

Advanced Corporation Law

Masters

Degree

3 months

Tenure

25,068 USD

Tuition Fee

Fees

The cost is an important aspect of choosing your dream college. Get detailed information about the University of Michigan’s tuition fees, living expenses, and financial aid opportunities below.

Note: All the costs mentioned below are average costs annually

Undergraduate

Tuition Fee

53,232 USD

Cost of Attendance

53,232 USD

Scholarships

-

Accomodation

-

Graduate

Tuition Fee

25,068 USD

Cost of Attendance

25,068 USD

Scholarships

-

Accomodation

-

Highlights

Find miscellaneous information about students, campus, and faculty of the University of Michigan below.

Total Students

44663

International Students

17%

Student Gender Distribution

Male

Male

50%

Female

Female

50%

Student Faculty Ratio

Students

8

:

Faculty

1

Graduation Rate

-

Avg. Earning after Graduation (annually)

-

Accomodation for Undergrad

Available (On-Campus)

Accomodation for Grad

Available (On-Campus)

Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education

Partially Approved

Additional Info

The University of Michigan Health is ranked #1 as the best hospital in Michigan and the best children's hospital in Michigan by U.S News and World Report. 

Application Process

Online

International Email

-

International Phone

+1 7347641817

Website

https://umich.edu/

Location

Frequently Asked Questions

Most asked questions related to the university

What majors is Michigan State University known for?
Some of the prominent majors at Michigan State University include Management, Business, Marketing, Biological, and Biomedical Sciences, Journalism, Communication, Psychology, Engineering, and Social Sciences.
Can I get a scholarship at Michigan State University if I apply for an undergraduate course?
Applicants may be eligible to apply for an undergraduate scholarship at Michigan State University, which offers funding and support. You will need to check the official website to check the eligibility criteria and other details about scholarships.
Does Michigan State University offer any athletics opportunities?

Yes, Michigan State University has sports teams called the Spartans and offers 12 varsity sports for men and 13 for women.

Does Michigan State University have a degree in Applied Science?
No. Michigan State University does not have a Faculty of Applied Science. It however offers degrees in Engineering Sciences,Horse Science, Applied Mathematics, Philosophy, Master of Science, Applied Parasitology for Public Health.
Can newcomers live in apartments at MSU?
First and second-year students at Michigan State University must live in on-campus housing for the four semesters. The university might terminate their enrollment if they fail to adhere to this policy.