Michigan Technological University is a public research university founded in 1885. It is situated in the small town of Houghton on the Keweenaw Peninsula of Lake Superior, around 100 miles north of Wisconsin’s outskirts.
Michigan Tech offers more than 120 undergrad and advanced programs in engineering, natural and physical sciences, computing, business and economics, technology, environmental studies, arts, humanities, and social sciences. In their spare time, Michigan Tech students can participate in more than 200 organizations, Greek life, or intramural games. The university additionally has numerous traditions for students to follow, for example, the yearly Winter Carnival, which takes advantage of the territory’s great snowfall with ice sculpture contests, snow volleyball, cross-country ski races, and the “Sno-Ball” dance. Student-athletes can go for the NCAA Division I Michigan Tech Huskies men’s hockey group or play for the numerous other varsity sports groups, which contend in Division II.
Michigan Technological University is committed to giving equal opportunities to everybody who gets to the services, programs, and activities. This incorporates giving all students, employees, and members of the public equal access to university information and communication technologies (ICT), such as university systems, websites, electronic documents, and educational and training materials. The Michigan Tech people group endeavors to make the university ICT open to and usable for everybody. People with visual, hearing, mobility, cognitive, and other disabilities are often denied access to digital content by unintended barriers. By following available technology guidelines and procedures, the technologies picked, used, and created can be made open for all. Michigan Tech IT furnishes study halls with technology such as computers, projectors, and lecture capturing equipment.
In addition to the lab computers on campus, it maintains all PCs usable for instruction in classrooms. Michigan Tech includes more than 40 study halls outfitted with instructional technology such as computers, projectors, and document imaging tools. In addition to supporting HuskyCast, the online learning technology, other non-course occasions can likewise be recorded to DVD and encoded for online streaming. The Media Technology Services Department can help with different services, including DVD transfers, CD/DVD duplications, video encoding, and streaming, videotape duplication, location videotaping, and editing services.
The Student Financial Services Center at Michigan Technological University is focused on teaching current and prospective students about money related aid options. More than 90 percent of Michigan Tech students get financial aid totaling more than $73 million yearly. Scholarships are the most familiar and sought for among the different types of financial aids. All admitted students are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships where a special application form isn’t required, with the exception of the Michigan Tech Leading Scholars Award and career interest scholarships. Most grants are renewable given the recipient meets the renewal criteria.
Some notable alumni include Joe Berger, former NFL player, Melvin Calvin, Nobel laureate and discoverer of the Calvin Cycle, Chris Conner, NHL player, Jill Dickman, a Republican member of the Nevada Assembly
|MS - 2 Courses||GRE - Accepted|
IELTS - 7 & Above
TOEFL - 100 & Above
|MIM - 1 Course||GRE - Accepted|
IELTS - 6.5 & Above
TOEFL - 79 & Above
|MBA - 1 Course||GMAT - Accepted|
GRE - Accepted
IELTS - 7 & Above
|Documents||SOP - Needed for all courses|
LOR - Needed for all courses
Essays - Not required
CV - Needed for all courses
Additional documents - Required
|Application fees||No Fees|
|Type of deadline||Rolling|
|Intake Season & Deadlines||Fall - 1ˢᵗ Jul 2020 - 15ᵗʰ Feb 2021|
Spring - 15ᵗʰ Aug - 15ᵗʰ Sep 2020
Summer - 15ᵗʰ Feb 2021
|MS - 2 Courses||12 Months||INR 14.3L - 16.9L|
USD 19,503 - 23,028
|MIM - 1 Course||1 Year||INR 12.6L|
|MBA - 1 Course||12 Months||INR 12.6L|