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    University Of Minnesota- Duluth - [UMD], Minnesota, Duluth - Reviews

    Duluth, MinnesotaLocation
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    Estd 1902established year
    11168enrollment
    7.3/10

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    Based on 4 Students Rating

    7.3 out of 10
    7.8/10Academic
    6.5/10Accommodation
    7.8/10Faculty
    7.8/10Infrastructure
    6.8/10Placement
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    4 Reviews Found


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    8.5 /10

    I had applied for this college after researching more than ten colleges, although I even applied to two-three colleges, my first choice was the University of Minnesota. At that time, the application fee was around $50, for international students. This is an accredited university which was quite beneficial for me.

    Course Curriculum :

    I was highly benefitted by the course curriculum because it helped me to develop my software skills. My favorite part of the curriculum was software designing, and I always aspired to become a software designer itself.

    9 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
    8 /10 infrastructure
    8 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    9 /10 extracurricular
    K
    5.5 /10

    I applied for this college because it was the cheapest. I transferred to UMD from Michigan Tech my sophomore year because I couldn't afford Michigan Tech anymore. I only applied to 2 schools during my senior year of high school. The application fees for Michigan Tech were free but at UMD it was $50.

    Course Curriculum :

    I think there needs to be more actuarial science related classes to help me on while applying to jobs.

    6 /10 academic/food
    4 /10 faculty
    5 /10 infrastructure
    5 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    5 /10 extracurricular
    AH
    7.7 /10

    I chose UMD because it was close to home. I transferred there after a medical issue and needed to be close to my doctors. I ended up really liking it because of the Mock Trial team, which I am now the VP of.

    Course Curriculum :

    UMD's curriculum for my program is pretty limited. There are many courses that used to be offered but have since been removed because there aren't enough professors to teach them. This is really frustrating because many of the courses I think would be fun to take are actually not offered. It makes it difficult to plan for successful graduation.

    7 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
    9 /10 infrastructure
    7 /10 accomodation
    5 /10 placement
    9 /10 extracurricular
    EG
    7.5 /10

    Great programs and I was able to focus on those that matched my aspirations. Specifically, those areas that prepared me for corporate leadership. I wanted to be ready to lead in a healthy way. The university allowed me to do this.

    Course Curriculum :

    My opinion is that the courses I took helped me to prepare for my future career. They did so because I was able to pick from a wide array of classes that allowed me to 'specialize' in the areas I wanted to concentrate on.

    9 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
    9 /10 infrastructure
    6 /10 accomodation
    6 /10 placement
    6 /10 extracurricular

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