Universities & Colleges in Michigan

University City
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor
Michigan State University East Lansing
Wayne State University Detroit
Michigan Technological University Houghton
Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant
Western Michigan University Kalamazoo
Grand Valley State University Allendale
Oakland University Rochester Hills
Northern Michigan University Marquette
Kettering University Flint
Hope College Holland
Calvin College Grand Rapids
Alma College Alma
Lawrence Technological University Southfield
University of Michigan-Dearborn Dearborn
University of Michigan-Flint Flint
Andrews University Berrien Springs
Northwood University-Michigan Midland
Ferris State University Big Rapids
Cornerstone University Grand Rapids
Spring Arbor University Spring Arbor
Siena Heights University Adrian
University of Detroit Mercy Detroit
Lake Superior State University Sault Ste Marie
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti
Albion College Albion
Adrian College Adrian
Rochester College Rochester Hills
Kuyper College Grand Rapids
Finlandia University Hancock
Olivet College Olivet
Aquinas College Grand Rapids
Madonna University Livonia
Saginaw Valley State University University Center
Concordia University-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor
Cleary University Howell
Marygrove College Detroit
Baker College Flint
Calvin Theological Seminary Grand Rapids
Sacred Heart Major Seminary Detroit
Western Michigan University-Thomas M. Cooley Law School Lansing
Michigan Jewish Institute W Bloomfield
Michigan School of Professional Psychology Farmington Hills
Baker College of Jackson Jackson
Baker College of Muskegon Muskegon
Ecumenical Theological Seminary Detroit
Baker College of Port Huron Port Huron
Baker College of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills
Baker College of Cadillac Cadillac
Baker College of Allen Park Allen Park
The Robert B Miller College Battle Creek
Baker College Center for Graduate Studies Flint
Baker College of Owosso Owosso
College for Creative Studies Detroit
Davenport University Grand Rapids
Michigan State University-College of Law East Lansing
Grace Bible College Wyoming
Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration Troy
Western Theological Seminary Holland
Cranbrook Academy of Art Bloomfield Hills
Great Lakes Christian College Lansing
Kalamazoo College Kalamazoo
The Art Institute of Michigan Novi
Baker College of Clinton Township Clinton Township


Michigan is situated in the popular Great Lakes Region in America. Lansing is the capital city while Detroit is the largest city. The estimated population of Michigan was 10 million in the year 2017. The winters here are severe and the period between December and February sees snowfall. Autumn is a nice warm time while mid-spring, early springtime or even late fall season are perfect for enjoying indoor activities. Summer is a popular time to enjoy the outside and this is when most of the people choose to come and holiday in Michigan.

There are more than a 100 universities/colleges in this state to take a pick from, for aspiring students who wish to study here as per the NCES or the National Center for Education Statistics. Higher education here, in the state of Michigan, comprises of about sixty private and nearly forty-five public higher learning institutions. The Michigan State University and the University of Michigan are two of the top Universities in the state. No matter, if you want to opt for a private or a public University, you can rest assured of picking an institution, which will offer you the best of education and facilities. A lot of Michigan Universities offer programs that let you have a dual degree, thus letting you have more than 1 advanced education degree at a given time.

The fields of studies in Michigan are law, dentistry, business, education and medicine just to write a few. Michigan Universities have not only been ranked as having one of the best programs in the Midwest in a review by Princeton but also the Carnegie Foundation has classified them as "High Research Universities".

Higher education here in the state of Michigan lays a firm stress on research. The research program quality across Michigan Universities is so high, that it receives millions and more dollars as research funds all through the year. In Michigan, graduate education is known for being diverse with an inviting and a comfortable environment for all students from across the planet.

Tuition Fee
At the University of Michigan for example, the estimated 2017 undergraduate tuition fee for two semesters is approx $17,000 plus additional expenses for the local residents while for the non-MI residents it is $47,000 plus additional expenses.

Financing Education
Most of the international pupils won't get any financial aid assistance from the US government. There are, however, a lot of options for international pupils wanting to pursue their graduation from Michigan. Interested pupils can apply here for grants, scholarships and teaching fellowships through their respective individual colleges. Students at the University of Michigan can borrow money for studies on a long-term basis, with loans that are low-interest federal through the Office of Financial Aid of this University. Industries like auto manufacturing, travel, other manufacturing, farming and energy extraction are some of the major industries in the state of Michigan. Nearly 60,000 students from across the country and internationally attend the Michigan University every year.

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