Film Ranking 2018: Michigan State University

Michigan State UniversityRanked
in the USA
Michigan State University is a very large public college offering many disciplines along with the film program and located in East Lansing, Michigan. The college was opened in 1855 and is currently offering bachelor's degrees in Film and Cinema Studies.

Michigan State University is very expensive; tuition cost is about $41,000 per year. If you look for a cheaper alternative, check Affordable Colleges in Michigan listing.

According to recent data analysis, Michigan State University area is dangerous; the college is reported to have a very bad rating for campus crime.

Based on 66 evaluation factors, Michigan State University film program ranks #175 Film School (out of 502; top 35%) in USA and In Top 5 Film Schools in Michigan. Major competing film colleges for this college are University of Michigan Ann Arbor and University of Chicago. Check the details about all twelve competitors and available film majors below.

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Overall school rankings 2018:

Ranked #5 Film School in Michigan
Ranked #33 Film School in The Midwest
Ranked #175 Film School in USA

Programs rankings 2018:

State of Michigan Ranking

Ranked #5 Film & Cinema Studies School
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The Midwest Regional Ranking

Ranked #27 Film & Cinema Studies School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #121 Film & Cinema Studies School
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You may be interested in other options to get accepted at Michigan State University:
Journalism Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Performing Arts Programs - ranked top 10% in USA
Theatre Programs - ranked top 15% in USA
Also, see how Michigan State University is ranked among graduate schools in Michigan.

Contact information:

Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1046
Phone: (517) 355-1855

Location map:

Michigan State University Location Map

Film majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Film and Cinema Studies

Local competitors:

University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Film School Ranking
University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI, 5 film programs

University of Chicago - Film School Ranking
University of Chicago

Chicago, IL, 4 film programs

Northwestern University - Film School Ranking
Northwestern University

Evanston, IL, 6 film programs

Ohio State University - Film School Ranking
Ohio State University

Columbus, OH, 2 film programs

University of Pittsburgh - Film School Ranking
University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA, 4 film programs

University at Buffalo - Film School Ranking
University at Buffalo

Buffalo, NY, 3 film programs

DePaul University - Film School Ranking
DePaul University

Chicago, IL, 6 film programs

Carnegie Mellon University - Film School Ranking
Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh, PA, 5 film programs

Oberlin College - Film School Ranking
Oberlin College

Oberlin, OH, 2 film programs

Purdue University - Film School Ranking
Purdue University

West Lafayette, IN, 2 film programs

Kenyon College - Film School Ranking
Kenyon College

Gambier, OH, 2 film programs

Grand Valley State University - Film School Ranking
Grand Valley State University

Allendale, MI, 2 film programs

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