University of Michigan - Ann Arbor Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (58)
Wonderful place to go to school. Great campus, fun town to be a graduate student in.
Going to the University of Michigan was the best decision I have ever made. It was the most incredible experience that I would not have been able to have anywhere else.
Its big and you'll meet a lot of people from all over the world. In that regard, it is a great place to start your network which can become far reaching. If you want personal attention, don't. You are there to grow up.
Fantastic program. Really hands on with a variety of great opportunities. Also Ann Arbor is a fantastic city.
UofM is home of one of the best Russian language and literature programs in the US.
Small class sizes make it easy to communicate with other students and teachers. Teachers seem to really care about their students and are passionate about their subject matter.
I loved attending the University of Michigan. It is a big college but in a delightful, small town. I found a great community when I transfered from the LSA department to the School of Education. The education at this school is well rounded, and I enjoyed all of my classes.
I loved and will always love the University of Michigan. I cannot express how wonderful my experience was there. Not only did I get a high quality education, but I made countless memories that I will never forget. Ann Arbor itself is such a lively city with something always going on - you'll never be bored on the weekends. I know a lot of individuals are intimidated by large campuses with large class sizes but I cannot even explain how amazing my overall experience was here. I'd go back in a heart beat and relive it all again if I could.
Michigan is a great school where you can learn about almost anything, meet people with even the most obscure common interests, get involved in a wide variety of activities, and become part of one of the largest, proudest, and most powerful alumni bases in the world. Of course, the athletic programs are incredible, as well.
I loved my time at UofM. It's a huge name that everyone recognizes; I now work at MIT and my degree is held in high regard. I had numerous opportunities at UofM that I felt would not have been matched at other schools. Be aware that it's a big school and nobody is going to force you to participate or put in the extra work. If you need constant encouragement and someone following up on your work constantly, this school is not for you. It's easy to pass your classes and have fun at the football games, but the benefit of this school is in the wide variety of extracurricular activities and research labs. Be sure to be active and take advantage of these opportunities. Forever Go Blue!