When you prove your English proficiency by taking the Michigan English Test (MET), you take a step toward achieving your goals. Your choice to take MET means that you have decided to certify your high-beginner to advanced English proficiency with a multilevel exam. Many MET test takers plan to use their English certification to study abroad at universities in the United States. If you are considering attending a university in the U.S., it’s a great time to begin looking at your options.
A full list of universities that accept the MET for admissions purposes is available on our website. Before you dive deeper into that list, take some time to learn about two of the schools that accept MET. Read through these quick facts, and consider if either of these schools can help you achieve your goals.
Wayne State University
Wayne State University, a public research university in Detroit, offers an immersive educational experience with the most diverse student body in Michigan. There are 13 different schools and colleges offering a variety of degree programs at Wayne State. Because Wayne State is located in Detroit, students can take advantage of the cultural opportunities that the city has to offer. Additionally, there more than 500 organizations and clubs for students to explore extracurricular interests.
Wayne State University also actively supports English language learners. At the English Language Institute (ELI) at Wayne State University, learners can benefit from programs that teach academic preparation skills, English communication, and cultural orientation to non-native speakers. The ELI uses the newest language-teaching methodology and up-to-date technology available to offer both in-person and remote instruction either full-time or part-time.
University of Detroit Mercy
The University of Detroit Mercy is a Catholic university located in Detroit, Michigan. At Detroit Mercy, students can choose from more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs that are delivered in small classes taught by distinguished faculty. Students benefit from a 10:1 student to faculty ratio. Available degree programs include architecture, business administration, engineering and science, nursing, and much more. Not only can students enjoy the academic opportunities that Detroit Mercy offers, there are also numerous extracurricular opportunities. Detroit Mercy has more than 60 clubs and student organizations that allow students to build skills, make friends, develop networks, and have fun. The university also offers opportunities to watch and participate in sporting events. Its location in the city of Detroit is attractive to many students who are interested in exploring the area’s arts and culture.