University of Minnesota

 

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Acronyms: U of M

Address: 100 Church Street SE Minneapolis 55455-0213 Minnesota, United States

Phone:

General Info: +1 (612) 625-5000

Financial Aid: +1 (612) 624-1665

Admissions: +1 (612) 625-2006

Fax: +1 (612) 624-6369

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Official Social Media:

Year Founded: 1851

Institution Type: Public

Research: Very High

Religious Affiliation: None

Accreditation: The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

Locale: Urban

Ranking:

National Universities: In Top 100

Public Schools: In Top 50

Business Programs: In Top 10

Engineering Programs: In Top 50

 

 

 

ACADEMIC LIFE

Number of Faculty Staff: >4,000 (Male 60% vs. Female 40%)

Number of Students:

Total Students: >48,000 (Undergraduate 65% vs. Postgraduate 35%), (Male 50% vs. Female 50%)

International Students: >5,000 (Undergraduate 40% vs. Postgraduate 60%), (Male 50% vs. Female 50%)

Student/Faculty Ratio: 17:1

ADMISSIONS

Academic Calendar:

Semester – A calendar system that consists of two semesters during the academic year with about 16 weeks for each semester of instruction. There may be an additional summer session.

Degrees Offered:

Associate’s Degree
Bachelor’s Degree
Master’s Degree
Post-Master’s Certificate
Doctor’s Degree
First-Professional Degree

Academic Programs Offered:

For the list of programs offered, please click HERE

Application Requirements:

Undergraduate/Freshman:

Online Application Available: Yes
High School Transcript: Required
Application Fee: $50 (Resident), $75 (International)
Essay: Required
Test Scores: SAT or ACT
Test Scores (For International): TOEFL or IELTS
Recommendation Letters: N/A
Resume: N/A

The above admissions requirements may vary by school and/or program. For updated application requirements, please click HERE

Graduate:

Online Application Available: Yes
Application Fee: $75 (Resident), $95 (International),
Bachelor Degree/Transcript: Required
Essay: Required
Test Scores: GRE or GMAT
Test Scores (For International): TOEFL or IELTS
Recommendation Letters: Required
Resume: Required

The above admissions requirements may vary by school and/or program. For updated application requirements, please click HERE

Minimum Test Scores:

GPA: 3.0 (Undergraduate/Freshman), 3.0 (Graduate)
SAT: 500
ACT: 21
GRE: N/A
GMAT: N/A
TOEFL (iBT): 79 (Undergraduate/Freshman), 79 (Graduate)
IELTS (Academic): 6.5 (Undergraduate/Freshman), 6.5 (Graduate)

Average Test Scores:

GPA: 3.8 (Undergraduate/Freshman), 3.8 (Graduate)
SAT: 1360
ACT: 28
GRE: N/A
GMAT: 680
TOEFL (iBT): N/A (Undergraduate/Freshman), N/A (Graduate)
IELTS (Academic): N/A (Undergraduate/Freshman), N/A (Graduate)

The minimum and average test score may vary by school and/or program. For updated information, please visit the official website of university.

Application Deadlines:

Undergraduate Programs:

Fall Semester: November 1

Spring Semester: March 31

Summer Semester: N/A

The above deadlines may vary by school and/or program. For updated deadlines, please click HERE

Graduate Programs:

Fall Semester: Varies

Spring Semester: Varies

Summer Semester: Varies

The above deadlines may vary by school and/or program. For updated deadlines, please click HERE

Admission Acceptance Rate: 40-50%

Admission Difficulty: Moderately Difficult

 

 

COST & FINANCIAL AID

Tuition & Fee:

Undergraduate:

In-State: $14,000-$19,000 per year

Out-of-State: $24,000-$29,000 per year

Graduate:

In-State: $16,500-$21,500 per year

Out-of-State: $24,000-$29,000 per year

For more details on tuition fees, please click HERE

Room & Boarding: $10,000-$15,000 per year

Please note that living expenses including room & boarding varies and depends on personal choices, lifestyle, etc.

Financial Aid:

Financial aid is available in the form of grants, scholarships, work study programs, emergency loans, fellowships, graduate assistantships, research assistantships and teaching assistantships.

For more details, please click HERE

 On-Campus Jobs:

Various on-campus jobs/work-study programs are available for students seeking part-time employment. For more details, please click HERE

 

STUDENT LIFE

Student Housing:

University-Owned Housing Available: Yes

Students Living On-Campus: ~20%

Students Living Off-Campus: ~80%

For more details on campus housing, please click HERE

Campus Safety:

Campus safety data is available HERE. These were reported by the institution to the U.S. Department of Education and have not been independently verified. The prospective students and their families should conduct their own research to evaluate the safety of a campus as well as the surrounding area.

24-Hour Emergency Telephone/Alarm Services: Yes

24-Hour Patrols by Trained Officers: Yes

Late-Night Transport/Escort Services: Yes

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