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Why the U of M ? Forever young, forever foolish. • To tell about the priority of studying in Minnesota . • To convince that it is Minnesota will give you all the things you dream of:  knowledge,   experience,   capabilities,  confidence. Junior colleges Colleges of Liberal Arts

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why the u of m forever young forever foolish
Why the U of M?

Forever young, forever foolish

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• To tell about the priority

of studying in Minnesota

.

• To convince that it is Minnesota will

give you all the things you dream of:

 knowledge, 

 experience, 

 capabilities,

 confidence

studying in the usa

Junior colleges

  • Colleges of Liberal Arts
  • Specialized Institutes
  • The Universities
Studying in the USA
about the u of m

Established in 1851 in the “Twin cities”

  • Vibrant multicultural community
  • Liberal philosophy of education
  • Great studying experience
About the U of M
quick facts

• Enrollment: 69,221 (52,557 on the Twin Cities campus)

• President: Eric Kaler

• Economic Impact: $8.6 billion into the Minnesota economy annually

• Alumni: 400,000

QUICK FACTS
great location

Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, United States.

The 'East Bank"(124 ha)The West Bank (21 ha)  Rarig Center  The Barbara Barker Center  Ferguson Hall  Ted Mann Concert Hall Regis Center for Art

Great location
notable people
Notable people
  • Nobel laureates:

- in Physics (Ernest O. Lawrence);

- In Chemistry (Melvin Calvin);

- In Physiology or Medicine (Edward B. Lewis);

  • In Economic Sciences (Daniel McFadden);
  • Pulitzer Prize winners:

- for Poetry, (Carl Dennis);

- for International Reporting ( Thomas Friedman);

  • for Commentary
  • Politicians:

- Vice presidents(Hubert H. Humphrey)

- Cabinet members and diplomats (Walter Mondale)

- Members of congress (Ron Johnson)

- Governors(John Lind)

Faculty:

1. Nobel laureates

(Edward C. Prescott)

2. Pulitzer Prize winners

(RobertPenn Warren)

3. Chancellors

(Edward Duffield Neill)

4. Professors

accomodation

Twin campuses in Minneapolis and St. Paul

  • Apartments for rent

 Studio, 1 - 3 Bedrooms and 1 - 2 Bath wil be cost $545- $785 or $634 - $1383

AccomOdation
campus neighborhoods

Dinkytown.

  • Stadium village
  • Seven Corners / Cedar riverside
campus neighborhoods
financial aid

Financial aid basics

  • Scholarships
  • Students jobs
Financial aid
exams

You need to pass TOEFL, IELTS or MELAB tests.

Minimum required score:

Paper-based TOEFL              550

Internet-based TOEFL          79

IELTS                                     6.5

MELAB                                  80

Exams
great academics at the u of m

over 135 majors and thousands of challenging courses

  • Four-year Graduation Guarantee
  • Studyabroad
  • Leadership minor and development activities
  • LivingLearningCommunities
Great Academics at the U of M
great opportunities at the u of m

Build Your Career

Connect with Other Cultures

Go Gophers!

Get Expressive

Get Active

Great Opportunities at the Uof M
learning outcome

Work in a team

Be responsible for performing tasks

Allocate duties

 Shape ideas and processed information intopresentation

Hold the meeting, make it effective and resultant

Learning outcome: