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How to pay your Tuition

Paying tuition is not that challenging as many international students think. The fastest way is paying through your student account. You just have to: Log in to your Myu account Click on My Finances Click on Make a payment. Then a new window will...
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International Student Employment

Want to get work experience off campus as an international student? Here’s what you need to know: 1. International Student Visa Status F-1 visa status aims to attain your educational objectives at the University. You need to be aware of information...
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Spring Break Plans

Hi everyone! Spring Break is a rejuvenating time for all the students that gives them the opportunity to relax, vacation with friends and get a head start on the rest of the semester. For my Spring Break, I chose to work on campus at the Community...
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ISA Members Went Hunting? (at the Job Fair)

On February 20 th , three members of ISA were seen hunting in the Minneapolis Convention Center. Every year, the U of M holds the Job and Internship Fair where people can be seen job searching in suits and dresses. The goal was to look for a...
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You are admitted, now what?

From time to time, the Ambassadors will hold live chat and informational sessions to answer questions you might have about the U of M. Now, for those who cannot join our live session, we offer a brand new feature: VIDEOS OF THE LIVE SESSIONS ARE NOW...
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Working on Campus

I remember that when I first entered college, I wanted to work but thought it was illegal for international students to work in the U.S., except for internships. However, I learned from ISSS that you can work as long as you work ON CAMPUS . If you...

Costs and Scholarships

In addition to affordable tuition and living expenses, the University of Minnesota offers a way for undergraduate students to keep costs down: flat tuition rates. Many institutions charge students per credit, but students enrolled in 13 credits or more per semester are charged a flat rate. Therefore, if students enroll in 15 credits in a semester, two of those credits are actually free (students usually enroll in 15-16 credits per semester in order to graduate in 4 years).

Overview

The University of Minnesota—one of the nation’s top research universities—is committed to providing all students with a superb college experience at a great value.

But the value of a University of Minnesota education goes far beyond the affordable world-class academics. Our value also includes the wealth of opportunities provided on campus and in the community.

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