At Ross, our hands-on, team-based approach to leadership development demands that you collaborate with faculty and peers on multifaceted projects. You’ll learn and work hard. You’ll learn and work fast. And you’ll learn and work together.
Diversity at Ross
The value of the Ross School of Business’ commitment to diversity is evident in the success of our students and the recognition we receive from the marketplace. Repeatedly, major recruiters have told us that they are building organizations that can effectively serve diverse populations, and that a key element to meeting that goal is ensuring that their organizations are themselves diverse. Recruiters prize their relationships with Ross because our students excel in working in diverse teams and because they find a diverse set of students at Ross. Learn more about opportunities for Underrepresented Minorities, Women, Military and International Students.
Student Clubs and Organizations
Like all Ross students, you will be encouraged to co-create your MBA experience with faculty and classmates. Students initiate new courses, new clubs, and new events every year. More than 70 student clubs and organizations support professional, social, and community interests.
You’ll do all of this in our state-of-the-art business school facility, designed specifically to support action-based learning. Every detail, from the large, U-shaped classrooms to the glass-enclosed Winter Garden, demonstrates our commitment to a creative, interactive experience that integrates individual preparation, team-based projects, and leading-edge technology.
Institutes and Centers
Deepen your MBA experience through focused learning opportunities at our institutes and centers. Then step outside the business school to pursue classes throughout the University of Michigan. Take advantage of your proximity to top-tier graduate schools in medicine, engineering, law, natural resources, and public policy to name just a few.
Ann Arbor Community
Venture off campus and into Ann Arbor, a sophisticated yet warm community whose fabric is formed by people, ideas, and cultures from around the world. Some 16 percent of the city’s population is foreign-born; 20 percent speak a language other than English at home. The cultural diversity that permeates the city makes Ann Arbor a wonderful place to spend two of the most transformative years of your life.
That transformation continues long after you leave campus. As a Ross graduate, you will belong to a worldwide community of more than 40,000 business school alumni. At the same time, you enter a U-M alumni family that counts more than half a million members across the globe.