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More than 67,000 students come seeking higher education in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. A major land grant university system, the University of Minnesota (U of M) offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in approximately 370 academic fields. It employs some 4,100 faculty members ...

University of Minnesota Reviews

4.2
86%
Recommend to a Friend
93%
Approve of CEO
 Joan Gabel
Joan Gabel
120 Ratings
Nov 23, 2020
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"It's a great place to work with"

Former Employee - Graduate Assistant in United States
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Neutral Outlook
Approves of CEO

I worked at University of Minnesota part-time

Pros

All the resources from the academia

Cons

Everything that happens in academia. Slow process.
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Diversity & Inclusion at University of Minnesota

3.7
(55 Reviews)

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How is diversity at University of Minnesota?

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University of Minnesota Interviews

Experience
Positive70%
Negative10%
Neutral20%
Getting an Interview
Applied online61%
Campus Recruiting15%
Employee Referral11%
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    I applied online. I interviewed at University of Minnesota (United States)

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    two interviews took place. the first interview was a bit easier and shorter, more of a screening. the second interview was longer and had more challenging behavioral/experience-related questions. the process took one week
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What is health insurance like at University of Minnesota?

...Great benefits for health insurance, 403b contributions and if you are looking to take courses at a reduced cost....

April 11, 2019

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