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Action-based learning, a key element of the Ross experience, gives you the opportunity to go beyond cases, lectures, and internships. You'll learn by doing.
In our signature Multidisciplinary Action Project, you’ll work intensively with a sponsor company to solve a real-world problem.
Through the Zell Lurie Institute, you can manage a $3 million venture capital fund or participate in our innovative student-led Social Venture Fund.
In the Global Projects Course, you’ll spend a week abroad consulting with companies on market entry issues, joint ventures, and strategic alliances.
Through the Integrated Product Development course, you’ll partner with other U-M students to research, design, manufacture, and market a fully functional, customer-ready prototype of an actual product.
- In the Ross Leadership Initiative's annual Crisis Challenge, you’ll play the part of a corporate leader coping with a devastating crisis.