Dubai

In 2009, American College of Dubai (ACD)  and the University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) established a cooperative relationship that facilitates transfer of credits to the BBA program at the School of Management.  Accordingly, the University of Michigan-Flint admits these international guest students who

  • meet a minimum required score in English Proficiency
  • are in good academic standing at the home institution
  • provide a financial affidavit verifying available funds
  • complete and submit a guest student application

Students may declare a business major and be admitted to the School of Management upon admission to the UM-Flint. UM-Flint Requirements to complete the BBA program are those in effect at the time of admission to the School of Management. Students must have a grade point average of US equivalent 2.0, and a grade of C or better in each course for transfer to the UM-Flint.

ACD Course UM-Flint Course
OL 110 BUS 110
IT 100 BUS 181
ACC 101 and 102 ACC 201
ACC 202 ACC 202
MAT 220 MGT 211
ECO 202 ECN 201
ECO 201 ECN 202
ENG 120 ENG 111
ENG 121 ENG 112
MAT 120 MTH 11
PHL 230 3 credits in humanities

 

Kwangwoon

In 2007, Kwangwoon University of South Korea and the University of Michigan-Flint established a cooperative relationship that promotes one-year exchange of qualified undergraduate junior-year students. Accordingly, the University of Michigan-Flint admits these international guest students who

  • meet a minimum required score in English Proficiency
  • are in good academic standing at the home institution
  • provide a financial affidavit verifying available funds
  • complete and submit a guest student application
The University of Michigan-Flint provides assistance in location an accommodation, and advising on academic matters. Upon arrival, international students are strongly advised to meet with the BBA/MBA Program Director on curricular and schedule advising so that a curriculum plan that meets their unique career goal and background can be designed. International students who do not meet the minimum required English Proficiency score are required to participate in the University’s English Language Program.

Skyline

In 2009, Skyline University College (SUC) of Sharjah, U.A.E. and the University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) established a cooperative relationship that facilitates transfer of credits to the BBA program of the School of Management (SOM). Accordingly, the UM-Flint admits SUC students who have met the admission criteria of UM-Flint. Applications should be made directly to the University of Michigan-Flint. Students are awarded UM-Flint BBA degree after the successful completion of the degree requirements detailed below.

The University of Michigan-Flint provides assistance in location and accommodation, and advising on academic matters. Upon arrival, international students are strongly advised to meet with the Programs Director on curricular and schedule advising to develop a curriculum plan that meets their unique career goal.

Equivalency chart for transfer of SUC Courses to UM-Flint:

UM-Flint Courses SUC courses
General Education  
Humanitites Philosophy HUM 101 - Islamic Culture
PHL 103 HUM 102 - Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
Humanities HUM 201- Introduction to Humanities
PHY 1XX - Natural Sciences- Physics SCI 201 - Physics
Pre-Business Courses  
ECN 202 ECO 101 - Macroeconomics
ECN 201 ECO 211 - Microeconomics
BUS 110 MGM 201 - Perspectives on Management
BUS 181

CIS 101 - Computer Skills I

CIS 201 - Computer Skills II

MGT 211 MAT 112
BUS 250 LAW 201
Focus Elective Course  
COM 210 ENG 211 - Speech

 

Tamkang

In 2006, Tamkang University of Taiwan and the University of Michigan-Flint established a cooperative relationship that promotes one-year exchange of qualified undergraduate junior-year students. Accordingly, the University of Michigan-Flint admits these international guest students who

  • meet a minimum required score in English Proficiency
  • are in good academic standing at the home institution
  • provide a financial affidavit verifying available funds
  • complete and submit a guest student application
The University of Michigan-Flint provides assistance in location an accommodation, and advising on academic matters. Upon arrival, international students are strongly advised to meet with the Programs Director on curricular and schedule advising so that a curriculum plan that meets their unique career goal and background can be designed. International students who do not meet the minimum required English Proficiency score are required to participate in the University’s English Language Program.