University of Michigan - Flint Reviews

  • 61 Reviews
  • Flint (MI)
  • Annual Tuition: $23,502
100% of 61 students said this degree improved their career prospects
95% of 61 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Alyssa Margetson
  • Reviewed: 7/23/2018
  • Degree: Psychology
"I transferred to the University of Michigan - Flint my third year of undergraduate. I felt very welcomed to this college, and the people within my program were very helpful and open to me. The teachers were extremely helpful, even when it wasn't class hours and the academic advisor was beyond helpful. I was involved in way more extracurricular activities at this campus then I was at the college I transferred from and it was because the activities at the campus were inviting. There were always tables out were people sat in between classes that helped to get you involved and more comfortable on campus."
  • Reviewed: 1/3/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I really enjoyed my time at the university of Michigan flint. You have to put in a lot of work to receive your degree but it is worth the work."
Manju Yadav Akkaraboina
  • Reviewed: 4/2/2016
  • Degree: Computer Science
"Studying MS in Computer Science requires a certain determination and strength of character. In recent years, the business world has become rapidly integrated across once restricting borders, and anyone with high goals in the business world must have an international perspective and be aware of the realities of different international arenas.I'm confident that my program in the university provides me all."
Dominic Cusumano
  • Reviewed: 2/19/2016
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"con- faculty very disorganized pro- great job getting me ready to pass license exam"
Jose Aliaga
  • Reviewed: 2/8/2016
  • Degree: Social Sciences
"My graduate program is small which provides more direct attention and support by the professors but also restricts research opportunities. I prefer this smaller program because of the better education by the professors and collaboration by classmates."
Raghava Mahankali
  • Reviewed: 1/31/2016
  • Degree: Computer Science
"University of Michigan-Flint is Good university compared to other universities in Michigan."
Daniel Moore
  • Reviewed: 1/9/2016
  • Degree: Public Administration
"i am just starting and already I love the amount of attention from the school. I get emails all the time for various events, calls from the counselors to see how I am doing, and the oreintation was very informative"
Bryan Forton
  • Reviewed: 12/17/2015
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"The University of Michigan Flint has a great doctorate of physical therapy program. The staff are very knowledgeable, passionate, and they truly care about student success. The only potential con might be that they have a higher student to instructor ratio than other similar programs. However, this translates to slightly lower tuition costs."
Ajay Kasam
  • Reviewed: 12/3/2015
  • Degree: Computer Science
"I had chosen best school for my profile and I learned a lot from my masters when compared to bachelors degree"
Michael Prothero
  • Reviewed: 11/1/2015
  • Degree: Computer Science
"It was not until I complete my associate degree in a community college that I decided to become a teacher. Upon attempting to transfer my credit in to U of M's education department I was told very few credits would transfer do to the technical nature of the credits. They encourage me to transfer in to a technical program verses an education program and to take all education electives. The goal was to eventually transfer to the education department after receiving a 4 year degree. This ended up being a long path to teaching and a very expensive one. I love the well rounded education and think that it has made me a better teacher of science and technology but I would do it differently if I could start over. Now that I am in UNCC education program I have learned that lateral entry teacher can get paid for their first year while student teacher work the year for free. There are greater responsibilities but it is very rewarding."
Pranita Sharma
  • Reviewed: 10/29/2015
  • Degree: Public Health
"Pros: The college program is very nice, the materials covered in class are useful, the faculty and staffs are very helpful, accessibility of faculty is easy, the students in the program are mostly working professionals and others are preparing for future career.The curriculum is relevant- have to do capstone, and internship before graduating, so it will be very helpful after graduation. The faculty ad visors give you good advise regarding what courses to take and also prepare you for the competitive job market Cons: The area outside the University is not safe. Other than that, I have not found any cons in the program so far."
Katie Vanden Berg
  • Reviewed: 8/27/2015
  • Degree: Biology
"My graduate program is excellent because it prepares me well for the Physical Therapy field. With clinical observation and experiences, as well as classroom and textbook content, I will have well-rounded ability to succeed and treat my patients. The only negative thing I can say about the program is there are not many grants available for graduate students, limiting my ability to support myself while attending this three-year program. However, I'll continue to work hard and seek out financial aid so that I'll finish strong."
Abimbola Lasode
  • Reviewed: 6/29/2015
  • Degree: Computer Science
"My graduate program is a highly competitive one and has a wide range of career opportunities to explore. It is a challenging one that requires one to keep abreast and informed of evolving technology. One has to strife to be unique."
Jaimee Silber
  • Reviewed: 5/26/2015
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"We are being taught by current physical therapists that bring their expertise into the classroom. However, the program is constantly changing, which creates communication problems between the students and faculty."
Thomas Krause
  • Reviewed: 5/5/2015
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"While there are numerous pros of this program, the most notable is the faculty. Not only is their knowledge level of physical therapy deep and diverse, they also truly care about each student and their personal development."
Vinay Kumar Rudra
  • Reviewed: 5/4/2015
  • Degree: Computer Science
"University of Michigan-Flint is one of the most famous universities in the United States. They offer many facilities and very good at Academic Competitiveness, Campus Safety, Career Support, Education Quality,Faculty Accessibility & Support, School Use of Technology and many more."
  • Reviewed: 3/30/2015
  • Degree: Computer Science
"Pros: 1.The graduate program of Computer Science and Information system are awesome. 2.Here in U-MICH Flint is providing high standards of WIFI quality when compared to other universities. 3.The faculty will response within a short period of time. 4.They conduct career fairs a lot which means students can get internships. 5. The workload is optimum and class assignments make us good in subject knowledge Cons: 1. The student diversity is only fair. 2. The Universities doesn't provide the required financial aid to the students. 3. Having a lot of transportation problem. 4. University fee is very high. 5. Moreover, social life is not up to expectations."
Joannah Lodico
  • Reviewed: 3/29/2015
  • Degree: Business
"I was one of the first to go through the new Art Administration program at the university. I had a positive experience and felt the teachers were passionate and well educated through experience to teach on the various subjects. The things I felt needed to be improved upon varied by class. There are always issues to be worked out when anything new begins. :)"
Vikram Kumar Reddy Puli
  • Reviewed: 3/28/2015
  • Degree: Computer Science
"Concept oriented teaching. Helpful in achieving your goals."
Joseph Zielinski
  • Reviewed: 3/11/2015
  • Degree: Physical Therapy
"Overall, I have been very satisfied with the University of Michigan Flint Physical Therapy program. A big pro of the program is that all of the faculty are very experienced in the clinic. When they teach material they do a very good job of relating the material to something that they saw practicing out in the clinic, which makes learning much easier. The program also does a good job of teaching many aspects of the physical therapy field so that when students graduate they can be competent at a job in any type of setting. A con is that while many of the professors are very good at returning emails and working with students, there are a few that take a long time to respond or sometime don't respond at all. Another con is that the program's system for assigning clinical rotations is not the best. I had several classmates who were assigned to a clinic that had cancelled their affiliation with the school or had extra requirements (i.e. "student must had such and such vaccinations) that were not specified beforehand when students were selecting their clinical rotation sites."