The Michigan Almanac provides a consolidated source of data and commentary covering major activities of the U-M Ann Arbor campus. This document includes sections on student admissions and enrollment, costs of attendance, student achievement, faculty and staff statistics, diversity indicators for all parts of the campus community, teaching and learning activities, research and technology transfer, budget, development, space, sustainability, and academic rankings. The Almanac is a factbook covering information and data for many purposes and audiences.

About

History

  • 1817: The University of Michigan is founded as one of the first public universities in the nation.
  • 1837: The University moves its campus from Detroit to Ann Arbor.
  • 1848: The Board of Regents establishes a three-member medical department, known today as the University of Michigan Medical School.
  • 1852: Ninety young physicians receive medical diplomas from U-M.

Education

  • Actuarial Mathematics
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Afroamerican and African Studies
  • American Culture
  • Ancient Near Eastern Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Arabic Studies
  • Architecture
  • Armenian Studies
  • Art and Design
  • Asian Studies
  • Athletic Training
  • School of Kinesiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Biological Physics
  • Biology
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • College of Engineering
  • Biomolecular Science
  • Biophysics
  • Business
  • School of Business
  • Chemical Engineering
  • College of Engineering
  • Chemical Science
  • Civil Engineering
  • College of Engineering
  • Classical Archaeology
  • Classical Civilization
  • Cognitive Science
  • Computer Science (BS)
  • Computer Science (BSE)
  • Data Science (BS)
  • Data Science (BSE)
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Drama
  • Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Economics

Research

With more than $1.3 billion in research expenditures annually, U-M is one of the world’s leading research universities. The University’s commercialization programs translate this research into real-world impact that revitalizes the economy, creates jobs and benefits humankind.

Career

Handshake is your pathway to career connections. Through this tool you can:

  • Explore job and internship openings
  • Engage in on-campus recruiting opportunities
  • Develop and track your goals and next steps
  • Identify events and workshops including connecting with Career Center staff, graduate/professional schools and employers

Master's Programmes

Applied Sciences & Professions (1)
Hospitality, Leisure & Sports (1)

Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of Michigan!

Services

Student services

  • Services/facilities for students with disabilities:Wheelchair accessibility Services/facilities for: visually impaired, hearing impaired, mobility impaired, those with health or psychiatric disabilities, and those with learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Acquired Brain Injury.

Housing services

Nearly 98% of first-year students live on campus in one of U-M’s residential communities. Social and academic support is available through live-in staff or resident assistants who will be there to help you through any number of personal, intellectual, social, and life issues, and decisions.

Library services

  • After a $55 million renovation, the 35-year-old Taubman Health Sciences Library building on the U-M medical campus has emerged as a new kind of facility. The 143,000-square-foot, all-digital, light-filled, dynamic learning space was designed for future physicians, scientists, and other health professionals.

ICT services

Business Intelligence

  • Business Objects
  • Tableau
Communications
  • Connectivity Secure Shell
  • Exceed
  • Fetch
  • HostExplorer
  • Return to Top
Mathematical
  • CrystalMaker
  • Maple
  • Mathematica
  • MATLAB
  • NAG
Miscellaneous
  • BigFix
  • Business Objects
  • ComicLife
  • DAVE
  • Microstation
  • Novell MLA
  • ProfCast
  • Return to Top
Statistics
  • DBMS/Copy
  • JMP (Win and Mac)
  • nQuery Advisor + nTerim
  • SAS Desktop (Win and Linux)
  • SPSS Premium
  • Stata
  • SUDAAN
  • Systat

Medical services

The following groups are eligible to use Uiversity Health Services:

  • U-M students from all campuses, including those who not currently taking classes or are between terms (see Eligibility for Specialty Services below)
  • U-M alumni
  • U-M faculty, staff and retirees
  • Spouses, domestic partners, dependents (10 years and older) and guests of the above

Student Life

Campus life

Campus Information serves the needs of University of Michigan students, faculty, staff, alumni, prospective students, and visitors by providing accurate and timely information about campus organizations, services and events.

As the University of Michigan's primary centralized information source and referral service, we aim to inform and assist patrons, so they can best utilize resources available for both their academic and co-curricular activities.

Sports facilities

  • Crisler Center - Men's & Women's Basketball • Women's Gymnastics
  • Yost Ice Arena - Ice Hockey
  • Cliff Keen Arena - Men's Gymnastics • Volleyball • Wrestling
  • Wilpon Complex: Alumni Field – Softball
  • Wilpon Complex: Ray Fisher Stadium – Baseball
  • Phyllis Ocker Field - Field Hockey
  • U-M Soccer Stadium - Men's & Women's Soccer
  • Canham Natatorium - Men's & Women's Swimming And Diving • Water Polo
  • Michigan Boathouse – Rowing
  • U-M Golf Course - Men's & Women's Golf • Men's & Women's Cross Country
  • V U-M Indoor Track/Ferry Field - Men's & Women's Track And Fieldarsity Tennis Center - Men's & Women's Tennis
  • Competition And Performance Project - Multiple Sports

Student clubs

  • There are more than 200 student arts-related organizations on campus relating to Creative & Performing Arts and Media & Creative Writing. Many student groups host independent productions, events, and films on campus year-round. To get involved, visit the Maize Pages—U-M’s student organization directory—and search by interest/category.

The Global Study Awards

Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.

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