University of Michigan - Flint

Fast Facts

  • School Size


  • Cost of Attendance

    $10,000 — $15,000 Semester

  • Affiliation


  • Type of School


  • Student Body Gender


  • Religious Affiliation

    No Affiliation

  • Scholarships for International Students


  • Conditional Admission Available


  • Top Programs

    Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Engineering, Business Administration

  • Setting


  • Accreditation and Certification

    CEA, EnglishUSA Member

  • Type of Housing

    Residence Hall, Apartment

  • Test Scores

    TOEFL: 60 +, IELTS: Band 5.5 +

  • Social Media

About the University of Michigan-Flint

The University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) is a four-year university located in Flint, Michigan. Being a part of the prestigious University of Michigan, the Flint campus provides you with a world renowned education with the added benefits of smaller class sizes and lower tuition costs while still giving you access to all of the resources the University of Michigan school system has to offer!

With 8,500 students, including over 700 international students, the University of Michigan-Flint provides a diverse student body in a quiet city atmosphere while still being intimate enough for you to develop a long lasting personal network of support and education.

Programs of Study

Ranked “Best in the Midwest” by The Princeton Review 13 years in a row, the University of Michigan-Flint offers four-year baccalaureate degrees, graduate degrees, an Honors Program, and the English Language Program. We also offer many study abroad options, including faculty-led, exchange, and external programs ranging from three weeks to a full year.

The University of Michigan-Flint has partnered with our main campus in Ann Arbor, MI to offer a 2+2 Transfer Engineering program. Students complete early coursework at UM-Flint and qualified students are guaranteed admission to the University of Michigan in 1 of 15 Engineering programs.

Go International with the University of Michigan-Flint

The University of Michigan-Flint offers rolling-admissions for applications, meaning that you can apply at any time; however, we recommend that you apply at least two months before the semester you intend to begin courses. Online applications are free to complete and admission documentation can be uploaded through your own personal online portal to receive an admission decision within 3 days, no need to mail documents!

Services for International Students

The International Center at the University of Michigan-Flint strives to provide the necessary resources for students to transition to study and life in the United States. We provide immigration and personal support along with assistance navigating U.S. laws, culture, and the educational system. We also provide many campus and community events to introduce you to U.S. culture including excursions to Michigan landmarks like Mackinac Island and Sleeping Bear Dunes.

Additionally, our International Student Ambassadors are all current international students who are here to introduce you to the Flint community and to help you acclimate to your new surroundings through events, one-on-one peer advising, and assistance with university services.

Intensive English Language Program

The English Language Program (ELP) is a CEA accredited Intensive English Program designed to develop students’ skills in reading, vocabulary, writing, grammar, listening and speaking for academic purposes. The program consists of 6 levels, and is based on a 14-week semester schedule. Full time ELP students receive 22 hours per week of English language and American culture instruction. 

Our small class sizes average 5-20 students, providing a learning atmosphere that encourages interaction and student input. Conditional admission to the University of Michigan-Flint is possible for qualified candidates. Completion of the ELP counts towards the English language proficiency requirement at the UM-Flint.

Additional Information

Services Available: Academic Counseling, Academic Placement, Airport Meeting, Campus Orientation, Conversation Partners, Crosscultural Activities, Field Trips, International Student Advisor, Personal/Cultural Counseling, Recreational Activities
Weeks: 14  
Average Full-time Hours per Week: 22
Tuition: 5,830
Fees: $350
Insurance Cost: $466
Other Costs: Housing, University fees and miscellaneous fees
Housing Costs: $4,600
Housing Weeks: 14
Housing Cost Type: Room and Board
Additional Housing Info: Off campus housing also available
Off-Campus Housing Availability: Readily available, moderately priced
Off-Campus housing Assistance Available: no

Housing Options

Located in the heart of the historic automotive city Flint, Michigan, on or near-campus housing provides students the opportunity to explore the community with the convenience of being within walking distance of campus and the downtown area. While some students choose off-campus housing options in the surrounding Flint area, there are two housing options located on the University campus. Both options include free internet, utilities, and access to all campus resources.

Live on-campus in the First Street Residence Hall:

A great choice for international students with the new Flint Farmer’s Market right next door, First Street is a suite style dormitory living arrangement with options for single or double rooms. Each room has a shared common area (living room), kitchenette, and two bathrooms as well as access to the community room and large kitchen in the building. Meal plans come included and scholarships are available for international students.

Live “off-campus” in the Riverfront Residence Hall:

Riverfront Residence Hall is considered off-campus housing only because it is part of the Flint College Collaborative, providing suite style housing to students from area institutions. This option is optimal for students pursuing Business, with the majority of classes held on the 2nd floor of the building, giving students the residential college experience. Meal plans are optional.

Student Life

With more than 100 student organizations to choose from, the University of Michigan-Flint has an organization for everyone. There are several cultural organizations that offer many opportunities to learn about different regions. They put on events like Diwali Night, Chinese New Year, International Education Week and many more. We encourage our students to get involved and make UM-Flint their own!

University of Michigan - Flint

303 E. Kearsley St.
Flint MI 48502
P: 810.762.0867
CEA EnglishUSA Member
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