University of Michigan Ann Arbor
United States of America
University of Michigan Background
The University of Michigan frequently referred to simply ‘Michigan’ is a public research university founded in 1817 as University of Michigania. It was renamed to the University of Michigan in 1821. Though presently it is located in Ann Arbor, originally it was founded in Detroit. The first commencement was held in 1845 to recognize the graduation of 11 students. Over the years the university has grown and includes 19 colleges and schools like Medical school (established in 1850), Law school (established in 1859), Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning (established in 1931), Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy (established in 1995) to name a few.
University of Michigan Programs Courses and Schools
The University of Michigan has more than 44,000 enrolments, of this the total number of undergraduate students is more than 28,900 and that of graduate students is upwards of 15,700. The total faculty headcount at the university is more than 7,200 (Tenured/Tenure Track Faculty-3,131, Lecturers -960, Clinical Faculty- 1,842 and Research Faculty-892). Most popular majors at the University of Michigan include Business Administration & Management, Economics, Experimental Psychology, Psychobiology, Political Science and Government.
University of Michigan USP
Sports teams at The University of Michigan are called the Wolverines. The Michigan football program stands first in NCAA history in the total number of wins and first among FBS schools. The University has the largest college football stadium in the nation and one of the largest football-only stadiums in the world. The men's basketball team has most recently won back to back Big Ten Tournament Championships against Wisconsin in 2017 and Purdue in 2018. The University of Michigan acceptance rate is 28.6% for the year 2016.
University of Michigan Notable Alumni
Madonna (American singer, songwriter, actress), Tom Brady (American football quarterback), Stephen M Ross (American real estate developer, philanthropist and sports team owner)
University of Michigan Ann Arbor Programs
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Masters: Fees vary for each program.
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Bachelors: Fall-February 1, Winter-October 1
Masters: Deadlines vary for each program.
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
University of Michigan Ann Arbor Rankings
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