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Northwood University is an international leader in free-enterprise education.
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The biggest thing for me at Northwood was the pedigree of the Esports program. Northwood just kind of wins everything. With the scholarship opportunities available, it’s less money coming out of your pocket.
– Aden Frosch
The Analytics program pushed my thinking outside the box when completing data mining activities. What really helped me understand analytics was the case studies that we conducted throughout the semesters.
— Andrea Denisov
The real reason I came here to Northwood University is because I noticed that all the students are here for the same thing. We’re all super motivated and have a drive to succeed and be strong business leaders.
– Skylar Beall
I’m thankful for my experience with Northwood University’s International Auto Show. The student-run show taught me how to work with peers, industry leaders, car dealers, and manufacturers. It taught me a lot of skills that I still use to this day, but I got to practice them in college.
– Michael Duffy